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Linux : Introduction to sudo

  There are two ways to run administrative applications in Linux. You can either switch to the super user (root) with the su command, or you can take advantage of sudo. How you do this will depend upon which distribution

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Remove Windows password using chntpw in Ubuntu

Hi, Here is a small open source utility called chntpw (as in Change NT Password) to remove/clear a Windows password you can’t remember or change a password you feel is insecure. You can install chntpw using synaptic or use the

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Change root password in Linux (sudo passwd root)

This is the command to set root password so that we don’t have to type $sudo su to change to root user. Just type the following command and u can login as root as $su please follow the commands below

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