Tuesday, August 12, 2014

10 Useful Command Privileges On Linux Ubuntu

In continuation
with our recent efforts to bring you everything
that there is about Linux and open source,
today we have compiled a list of 10 useful
command privileges for Linux Ubuntu. The
command line tools as you're aware are an
excellent resource to get the best out of Linux
platform, however, learning all the commands
is tough for the simple reason that there are
so many of them.

1.sudo
Runs command with root privileges.

2.sudo su
Opens shell as root.

3.sudo su user
Opens shell as user.

4.sudo -k
Forget password sudo.

5.gksudo
Sudo visual dialog in GNOME.

6.kdesudo
Sudo visual dialog in KDE.

7.sudo visudo
Edit sudoer.

8.gksudo nautilus
Root file manager in GNOME.

9.kdesudo konqueror
Root file manager in KDE.

10.passwd
Changes password.

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