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Disable the asking of password under Linux

Linux allows users to disable the password gateway under My Linux. Read this article below to disable this password requirement.

Disable the Password Under Linux

To disable the password requirement, click on Application > Accessories > Terminal. Next, enter this command line sudo visudo and press enter. Now, enter your password and press Enter.

Then, search for %admin ALL=(ALL) ALL and replace the line by %admin ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL. Used shortcut key [CTRL] + [o] and press Enter to save all changes. Next, use shortcut key [CTRL] + [x] to close the file.

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Really useful tip! Thank you so much for your help!