How To Run Particular Commands Without Sudo Password In Linux

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  1. Rick Stanley says:


    “Disclaimer: This is for educational-purpose only. You should be very careful while applying this method. This method might be both productive and destructive. Say for example, if you allow users to execute ‘rm’ command without sudo password, they could accidentally or intentionally delete important stuffs. You have been warned!”

    Then don’t post such an article in the first place!

    Sudo is dangerous enough without making it even more so!

    • sk says:

      There is nothing wrong in this guide, IMO. All you have to do is think twice before giving access to the user to run a command without sudo password.

  2. Jonathan says:

    which instead of whereis

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