How to List Users in Linux, List all Users Command


Linux OS is unique because of its multiuser characteristic. It allows multiple users on one system, at the same time. In such circumstances, it is essential to be able to track all the users. In this how-to article, you will learn how to list users…

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How to Change Sudo or Root Password in Ubuntu


Are you looking to change the root password in Ubuntu? Changing passwords is a good practice and should be done periodically. Linux allows multiple user accounts, each having its own password. Users can only change their own password. However, there…

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How To Add User To Sudoers & Add User To Sudo Group on Ubuntu


The sudo command is the preferred means to handle elevated permissions. Standard user accounts are restricted from performing sensitive tasks, such as viewing the contents of the /root directory. This prevents the accidental use of commands with…

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How To Add User to Sudoers & Add User to Sudo Group on CentOS 7


This guide will walk you through the steps to create or add a sudo user on CentOS 7. The “sudo” command stands for “Super User DO,” and temporarily elevates the privileges of a regular user for administrative tasks.

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