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Onworks default root password / how to define a root password

The password for all servers is 123456
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sudo and su root broken

It looks like the username of the root account has been changed to oot. This might be a result of a mistake in editing the /etc/passwd file without using vipw to safeguard it... but together with ...
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When I use sudo command, it returns "Unable to open /etc/scl/prefixes/devtoolset-9!"

The user account that generates the error, Unable to open /etc/scl/prefixes/devtoolset-9! has the directory /soft/ieco1.0.3/support_2.6.32/devtoolset-9_as6/root/usr/bin in their $PATH (the list of ...
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(Ubuntu) Non-root user has root access, but isn't in the sudo group

Do you see this line near/at the end of your /etc/sudoers file? #includedir /etc/sudoers.d This loads files that are present in the /etc/sudoers.d directory, treating them as part of the /etc/sudoers ...
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After failure in "apt upgrade", sudo doesn't prompt for password. How do I fix?

After reading the bug report, I found the cleanest fix is: sudo apt upgrade perl-base ; sudo apt upgrade This will install libcrypt1 which contains the missing; I just tried it on Kali-...
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Will Wayland ever support graphical sudo?

This extends Thomas Guyot-Sionnest's answer. I feel like this deserves its own answer, since it cleaned up so many issues for me. Create a shell script called wlsudo with the following contents: #!/...
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restrict sudo user acess to file/folder

In summary, is there any way I can prevent a sudo users to type certain commands such as rm -rf name_of_folder Nope, because you can only express simple matching against command and args in sudoers, ...
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