In this article let’s discuss about Sudo command without giving password. Let’s go through the following methods without any delay.
echo "$USER ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL" | sudo tee -a /etc/sudoers
If you are facing any issues with the above approach then try the alternative that is given below. It may look similar but have a try!
Method 2 :
# Run `visudo` to edit the file `/etc/sudoers`: sudo visudo # For example, to allow the `shutdown` command to run without a password. # Add this to the file, replacing `myusername` with your own login name for your PC: myusername ALL = NOPASSWD: /sbin/shutdown # NOTE: `sudo` is still required to run the command so you still have to specify the command as: sudo shutdown
Hope the above solution works.
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