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“-bash: sudo: command not found” Error and Solution For Linux, Debian, CentOS

sudo  command is used to execute command as another user. This is generally used to run command as root. In some cases we can get an error like -bash:sudo:command not found which means sudo is not installed. In this tutorial we will look different ways and distributions to solve this problem. Install...


Linux Chroot Command Tutorial with Examples

Linux provides different mechanisms for practical and security reasons. chroot is one of them. Processes in linux can access to the file system or root by default. Linux kernel also provides chroot mechanism to restrict access to the whole filesystem in Linux. Syntax The chroot syntax is like below.

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Linux Sudo Command Tutorial with Examples To Get Root Privileges

Linux sudo command is used to give root privileges to the normal users . /etc/sudoers file is used for configuration of sudo . Sudoers file provides the users who can run sudo command. Sudoers also used to limit the commands the user can run. Run Command With Sudo Sudo command will accept given command and...


How To Give Su Rigth To User In FreeBSD?

I have a FreeBSD box. I want to connect this system remotely with ssh. FreeBSD security settings are very restricted so we can not connect FreeBSD system with root user remotely. We will ssh with a regular existing user and then login as root with su command. The problem is regular existing...


Linux Su Command Tutorial With Examples

The su short for substitute user command using to change currently logged user.  This makes things practical because the user change made without login. Su command can be used to get root privileges too. Su and sudo commands have different ways to act for similar aims. Syntax

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