Do you want to configure sudo wait time?. Basically “sudo” is the Unix command which allows users to run a command by providing them administrator privilege.
You can easily configure sudo wait time when you want to install any program while using the sudo command. Just have a glance at this article to know how to configure sudo wait time in Ubuntu 14.04.
Steps to configure sudo wait time:
Step 1: First, go to the Unity dash and type “Terminal”, or you can directly open your terminal by using “Ctrl + Alt + T”.
Step 2: Under terminal, “type: sudo visudo” and press enter. Then you’ll be prompted to provide Ubuntu password for further authentication.
Step 3: You may come across “/etc/subdoers.tmp” file, inside that file you may see “Defaults env_reset”. Just hover your mouse at the end of that line.
Step 4: Put a comma after ‘env_reset’ and then type “timestamp_timeout=5”. Press “Ctrl +X” to and exit. (where 5 is the time in secs).
Step 5: Press ‘Y’ (yes) when prompted in order to modify and save your file.
Step 6: You’ll be asked for “File Name to write”, Just press “enter” (Recommended).
That’s all friends. Keep reading.
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