How To Add A User To Sudo In Debian Jessie

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Debian by default does not enable a non-root user to do anything requiring administrator permissions for things like installing software or updating and upgrading your system. By default, you have to be root in order to do such things, and you do so by typing:

su

And then typing in the root password.
This article will discuss how to add your username to the sudo group which will allow you to do commands with sudo, like in Ubuntu. Continue reading “How To Add A User To Sudo In Debian Jessie”

How To Write An ISO File To A USB Flash Drive By Command Line In Linux

These days, CDs and DVDs are becoming more and more obsolete every day. Being able to write a Linux distro ISO to a USB drive is usually both faster and better than using a Linux CD or DVD. While there are many Graphical User Interface (GUI) tools to write an ISO to a flash drive, this article will discuss how to write an ISO file to a USB flash drive by command line in Linux. Continue reading “How To Write An ISO File To A USB Flash Drive By Command Line In Linux”