How to change UID & GID in Linux for any user

As the commands entered below have the potential to cause inaccessibility to files or data, make sure you have taken a data back up first. Once you have backed up your data, proceed as follows. Do not proceed further if you are not confident or aware of what you are doing. Proceed as below at . . . → Read More: How to change UID & GID in Linux for any user

How to add user to sudoers or the adm group on Ubuntu Linux

Use the following command in a terminal window to modify a user’s rights on Linux to make them a member of the adm group $ sudo usermod -a -G sudo,adm username <enter>

where username is the name of the user who you want to make a sudoer.

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