How to Install and Enable Sudo on Slackware 14.0

I think it is not necesarry to explain what is sudo and how to use it. Those who do not know what sudo is, read this!

The Slackware Systems do not have sudo installed and enabled by default. So, in this article I will show you how to install sudo on Slackware 14.0.

Sudo is a smart tool that allows you to give administrative right to some users or groups of users on all or on a few specied commands.

The sudo package is in the default repositories, so the easiest way is to use this commad: slackpkg install package_name.

$ su root
# slackpkg install sudo

After you install sudo, all the sudo configurations will be done automatically.

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