How to add user to sudoers – configure sudo access

configure sudo access in redhat
The sudo command offers a mechanism for providing trusted users with administrative access to a system without sharing the password of the root user.
A sudoer (regular user added to sudoers) once authenticated, can execute the administrative commands like they were run by the root user.

In this tutorial we present two examples:

  • How to add regular user to the wheel group and give the wheel group the unlimited root access
  • How to add particular user to the sudoers

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