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Is possible to write some "sudo" commands with text app and save it as terminal file ?

It should allows me to run the saved commands directly batter than line by line and I can run it at any time ?

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You can create a .sh file using any text editor. Write the commands that you want to run each on it own line, and you can add -y to the end of the line for those that needs it, save the file with the extension .sh, and then you can run it from terminal. See example below.

sudo -u ls /home/user/files

List the contents of the /home/user/files directory.

sudo apt install chromium-browser -y

Installs Chromium browser

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  • Thanks, its works fine.. but as I understood, I can't run the commands when I double-clicked on the icon of file such as "cmd" or "bat" files in windows ? – Ali H Nov 5 '17 at 9:27
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    You can create a launcher to do that. See Here... – Mitch Nov 5 '17 at 9:37

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