The sudo command allows you to run commands with root privileges. By default, sudo will prompt you for your password before running a command. However, you can configure sudo to allow you to run commands without a password. This can be useful for scripting or for automating tasks.
To make sudo passwordless, you need to edit the sudoers file. This file contains configuration information for sudo. To edit the sudoers file, open a terminal window and type the following command:
This will open the sudoers file in your default text editor.
To add a user to the sudoers file, scroll to the bottom of the file and add the following line:
<username> ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL
Replace “username” with the username of the user you want to add to the sudoers file.
Once you have added the user to the sudoers file, save the file and exit your text editor.
It is important to note that making sudo passwordless can be a security risk. If an attacker is able to gain access to your user account, they will be able to run any command they want with root privileges.