Disclaimer: I am NOT at all fluent in coding or its jargon, so bear with me.
I recently downloaded a software and wanted to remove it. I tried to do it via sudo on the MacBook terminal. I was trying to follow the advice from this website: http://osxdaily.com/2014/02/06/add-user-sudoers-file-mac/
Incidentally, I literally typed "username" instead of my actual username for my actual account. Now I can't even touch sudo or do anything with it.
I try to type
visudo and it says "permission denied." I try to type
sudoer and it doesn't give me the prompt to type the password like it did before and it doesn't respond to any input I place in, whether it is spam or a helpless
I followed the advice here and it still doesn't work. Now I have two admin accounts. I am beyond lost now as to how to revert my sudo thing.
Edit: I ran the code
ls -l /etc/sudoers and the results were
-r--r----- 1 root wheel 2306 May 7 02:21 /etc/sudoers
cat /etc/sudoers command. Embarrassing username from middle school inbound: