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There are a few ways to do so. You can either execute sudo su or sudo -i. This requires password once. Then you can issue any command without need of sudo (including modifying files). Or you can set a directory or file's permissions or owner by: sudo chmod -R 777 /directory/file.txt This sets the permissions to read, write execute on the owning user, ...



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