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  • 5
    I remember installing sudo (on Debian maybe?), so I suppose you can remove it.
    Accidentally though?
  • 5
    Probably meant to type:
    sudo apt-get remove oldtool && sudo apt-get differenttool

    But forgot the old tool name, switched terminals, looked it up but didn't do the edit correctly which ended up as:

    sudo apt-get remove sudo && oldtool apt-get different tool
  • 17
    If you use Arch you don't even start with sudo. You can choose not to install it at all.

    I would consider this a first world problem 😂😂
  • 1
    @wolt Yeah, I know, been using Linux for a loooong time now. I'm just saying some famous distributions doesn't even ship it by default. In fact, I used su way more than sudo, It changed after I began to use Ubuntu. Now that I'm using Arch su is back to the top.
  • 0
    Bryan asks this question because of curiosity and because of his "LinuxSucks" presentations. Check out latest video on yt https://youtu.be/SMKeWTVYBUo
  • 1
    @alkuzad I love the LinuxSucks videos, it's a pity that he did the last one though. I'm aware it's the same complaints for a long time, but he is very good saying the same shit every year 😂
  • 0
    sudo uninstall sudo?
  • 1
    sudo pacman - S sudo 😂@bkwilliams @redstonetehnik
  • 1
    Su -
    Apt-get remove sudo

    Su -
    Yum remove sudo

    Sudo is just a program. Nothing stopping people from removing it.

    Also, you can enable the root account on distros without a root user. Linux is flexible.
  • 1
    Wow smart guy. You must be Linus. We know that bro. It's just a joke don't take it seriously. @ninjatini
  • 0
    @cagdasalagoz well not everybody did if you read a few comments up, smart guy.
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