No sudoer file
Linux for blind general discussion
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Fri Jan 11 07:34:19 UTC 2019
On 1/11/19 2:28 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> After reading everything I could find including the wiki I have found my user name for root. I am unsure if I did something wrong because the root user name is root. Anyway, when I try to run sudo it said I a do it not have sudoer file. I tried to edit it using nano and it was blank. Is this possible? Especially since I have non root users.
The file sudoers (with an s at the end) is placed in /etc. It is
recommanded to edit it with visudo to avoid to break it.
No GNU/Linux system can have no root user or at least a user with id 0.
> I am unable too run sudo in
> Root or anywhere else.
try to reinstall sudo package.
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