Tag Archives: sudo

Change sudo default password timeout

Change sudo default password cache | sudo’s default password cache time is 5 minutes. To change the default time, it is possible to edit a setting in /etc/sudoers as desired. I’ll show you how! Edit /etc/sudoers with your desired text editor, or as standard with sudo visudo: $ sudo visudo For example, to increase the timeout to 30 minutes for user

Suse | sudo asks for root password

Suse | sudo asks for root password | By default, the sudo command on Suse Linux asks for the root password instead of the user’s password. I’ll show you how to fix that to be more expected (and secure!) behavior of sudo and only ask for the user’s password. 1. Crack open a terminal, and issue: $ sudo visudo 2. Comment out the