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comment sudo doesn't ask for a password, even after multiples reboots
@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 '
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comment sudo doesn't ask for a password, even after multiples reboots
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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revised How to merge two partitions separated by another partition?
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comment Show full disk usage after recovering files using Photorec to the home directory & deleting them as root
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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revised Show full disk usage after recovering files using Photorec to the home directory & deleting them as root
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asked Show full disk usage after recovering files using Photorec to the home directory & deleting them as root