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If you don't want to be challenged every time for your password then I'd recommend setting it to NOPASSWD in your /etc/sudoers file rather than hardcode your password in your logins. At least this way your primary login's password will remain intact and not be completely exposed in your .bashrc. To make this change run the command sudo visudo, and change ...
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