10 Useful Sudoers Configurations for Setting ‘sudo’ in Linux

A system administrator who assumes the role of the root user can permit other normal system users with the help of sudo command and a few configurations to run some commands as well as carry out a number of vital system operations including the ones mentioned above.

Alternatively, the system administrator can share the root user password (which is not a recommended method) so that normal system users have access to the root user account via su command.

Do you really need home partition on your Linux?

Some people suggest that the swap partition is no longer required. However disk space is cheap and so it does no harm to create one even if you never use it.

In this article I am going to be looking at the home partition. The main reason for having a home partition is to separate your user files and configuration files from the operating system files. By separating your operating system files from your user files you are able to upgrade your operating system without fear of losing your photos, music and videos.