Aug 31, 2019 · Apparently, Debian installer doesn’t install or activate sudo by default. This means that sudo command is not found the only privilege escalation method available is becoming root via su command. Since I like and use sudo daily, I decided to install and setup it on Debian VM.

Sep 17, 2019 · Steps to add a User to Sudoers group on Debian. To make the tutorial more informative for beginners first we will create a new user on Debian, however, if you already have one then simply move to the step four, where we are adding an existing user to Sudo group. 1. Create a New user on Debian. Login to your Debian server or desktop. Just add the user to the sudo group:. sudo adduser sudo The change will take effect the next time the user logs in. This works because /etc/sudoers is pre-configured to grant permissions to all members of this group (You should not have to make any changes to this): visudo or add self to sudo group Switch over to root and type visudo. The benefit of using visudo is that it will check syntax and whatever else and warn you of any problems you may have introduced into the sudoers file. Just got it. As regan pointed out, I had to add the user to the sudoers group. But the main reason was I'd forgotten to update the repositories cache, so apt-get couldn't find the sudo package. It's working now. Here's the completed code:

Mar 19, 2019 · Now you know how to add and create a user with sudo privileges on Ubuntu. Before sudo , users would log in to their systems with full permissions over the entire system with the su command . This was risky as users could be exploited by tricking them into entering malicious commands.

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Oct 26, 2015 · The following command will create a new user jack and add it to sudo group. If user already exist, it will simply add them to sudo group. $ sudo adduser jack sudo Add Existing User in sudo Group. You can also use the following command to add existing users to group sudo, where it will get full sudo privileges. $ sudo usermod -aG sudo