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Editing the sudoers file in Redhat based systems

If you have ever freshly installed a CentOS or a RedHat based system then it is quite possible that you have encountered that you cannot execute system level commands, even when you use sudo. 386 more words

Centos

Redhat create a user and give sudo permission

Redhat create a user and give sudo permission

  1. Log in to the system as the root user.

  2. Create a normal user account using the useradd…

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TechBay

Root access in *buntu?!

Yes, this is a Debian-based Q&A site, but technically Ubuntu is based upon Debian so I’ll squeeze one article in about it.

One of the most popular questions regarding any *buntu distribution is “Why can’t I access the root account?!” It’s a legit question and one that I feel warrants an answer. 151 more words

dar privilegios de administrador a un usuario en ubuntu

Esta mañana tuve que echar mano de Internet para buscar un recurso que necesitaba. Concretamente he necesitado crear un nuevo usuario a mi sistema pero, éste no tenía privilegios de administrador. 135 more words

Linux

Add and Delete User on Ubuntu 14.04

Introduction

When you first create a new server, there are a few configuration steps that you should take early on as part of the basic setup. 777 more words

Linux

Editing the sudoers file in Redhat based systems

If you have ever freshly installed a CentOS or a RedHat based system then it is quite possible that you have encountered that you cannot execute system level commands, even when you use sudo. 398 more words

Computers

[Workaround] Plasma5 session fails to start !

UPDATE 3 : Finally, I’ve found a proper workaround for this issue(yes, I actually reported this one : https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=343772). Unfortunately, no one else has been able to reproduce this bug and hence we can’t confirm this as a bug as yet. 1.279 more words

Tehnical