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Q&A An alternative to pacman sudo nag?

You don't. sudo is for there for security purposes. If you alias it as sudo pacman than you can mess up without knowing. You can login as root su - to execute consecutive commands.

posted 4mo ago by brew‭  ·  edited 4mo ago by brew‭

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#2: Post edited by user avatar brew‭ · 2024-02-09T01:58:28Z (4 months ago)
  • You don't. `sudo` is for there for security purposes. If you alias it as `sudo pacman` than linux security goes through window.
  • You can login as root `su - ` to execute consecutive commands.
  • You don't. `sudo` is for there for security purposes. If you alias it as `sudo pacman` than you can mess up without knowing.
  • You can login as root `su - ` to execute consecutive commands.
#1: Initial revision by user avatar brew‭ · 2024-02-09T01:57:51Z (4 months ago)
You don't. `sudo` is for there for security purposes. If you alias it as `sudo pacman` than linux security goes through window. 


You can login as root `su - ` to execute consecutive commands.