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comment Sudo commands are run without entering the root password, how to stop this?
@waltinator This is what I got "uid=1000(ktcool) gid=1000(ktcool) groups=1000(ktcool),4(adm),24(cdrom),27(sudo),30(dip),46(plugdev),108(lpadmin),1‌​24(sambashare)" after running ' /usr/bin/id '
Apr
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comment Sudo commands are run without entering the root password, how to stop this?
Yes my user account is password secured. Even after several reboots the problem remains. Can any of you give me a work around to find whether I have accidentally edited my sudoers.
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asked Sudo commands are run without entering the root password, how to stop this?
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Well it did not work but thank you for spending your valuable time on this problem. Anyway I've found the solution.
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