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4 ways to run Root privileged processes without a password

Arsgeek seems to love Ubuntu – their articles about it continues with “Ubuntu Tricks – 4 ways to run Root privileged processes without a password.”
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First, a note from your author. While some of these processes may be a bit time saving and knowledge is good for it’s own sake, I DO NOT recommend using these techniques often, if at all. I’ve had some requests for an article of this type and I’m happy to provide the information – it’s all available out in the great wide Internet anyway. However, running things as root means that there are no safety nets involved and should someone else gain access to your computer, they can do anything they want.

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