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Getting the Hang of Linux! (Really.)

Some of the bros on MadIRC were messing with me about giving some variety to the blog, and suggested that I document my Linux learning process for you all. 390 more words

Dark Web

Dont write the password everytime you use Sudo

sudo -i

Today we see how you can write in the password once only, when you are using the Sudo command.
Write the “sudo -i” and write in you password once. 30 more words

Cara Mengubah User Menjadi Sudoers

Ini hanyalah tips kecil cara mengubah user menjadi sudoers, yang artinya user yang akan diubah nantinya akan mempunyai hak akses sudo.

Pertama, jika belum mempunyai user bisa dengan menambahkan user baru terlebih dahulu : 24 more words


How to give root access to user in Linux ?

First install sudo using the command using root.

$ apt-get install sudo

Then you’ll be able to grant sudo permission to your regular user with… 29 more words


Linux Fu: Counter Rotate Keys!

If you’ve done anything with a modern Linux system — including most variants for the Raspberry Pi — you probably know about sudo. This typically allows an authorized user to elevate themselves to superuser status to do things. 534 more words

Hackaday Columns

Netherlands, Australia hold Russia liable for downing Malaysia Airlines Flight 17

A day after international prosecutors said they had unequivocal evidence of Russian involvement in the downing of a Malaysian passenger jet over Ukraine nearly four years ago, the Netherlands and Australia on Friday announced that they were holding Moscow legally responsible for its role in the missile attack. 758 more words


Install & Setup Sudo In Debian Stretch

Sudo is not installed or setup by default in Debian. You will need to install and set up yourself (I had to do this because I created a bash script for installing all my application in Ubuntu which has sudo everywhere and you will need it if you’re planning to following my guide). 147 more words