Ok, I’ve switched from Ubuntu to OpenSUSE now, and so far I’m loving it. Still learnin though, it’s quite different
One thing I loved about Ubuntu is it’s sudo policy. It seems different from other distros including SUSE.
In Ubuntu when I edit sudoers, and type NOPASSWD: ALL in the “Users that may gain root privileges” line, it stops bothering me with passwords… This does not seem to work with SUSE. Why? Is there a way to remove that password asking everytime I try to do administrative task?
I am very well of security risk that does, but thats the way I like to work. I like to have full control of my computer, and typing passwords all day is not my idea of being productive.