sudo(redirected from /etc/sudoers)
sudo(1) See pseudo.
(2) (SuperUser DO) The command in Unix/Linux that allows a user to operate with the security privileges of another user. However, it is often used to execute commands at the highest level as long as the user's ID is in the "sudoers" (superuser do users) file. See Unix commands.
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