Published on : April 6, 2016 by Manu M.
Hello Guys, I am back with another sudo tweak 😉 . This time I am trying to avoid frequent password requirements while doing sudo by changing the sudo password interval time. As a Linux user sudoing will be familiar with every one. When run sudo command for the first time it will ask for our […]
Published on : November 2, 2015 by Manu M.
Hello folks, I am writing this blog because I came across a cool tweak for my Linux distro to enable Linux password asterisk This is for all people who makes typos regularly, which can become frustrating when this happens while typing in your password. This becomes hell when you are putting your password into a console, […]
Published on : September 20, 2014 by Arnold Pablo
There could be many situations where you do not have a root password for many of the servers you interact with where you can not SSH directly in as the root user. Also, the ssh daemons are wisely configured with ‘PermitRootLogin’ set to ‘no’ so a password would be moot anyway. Let us see how […]