No more giving password to sudo

Steven Pasternak stevenp500 at
Wed Oct 25 00:54:11 UTC 2006

Hi! I have Kubuntu 6.06 installed on 2 different machines, and on one I 
somehow made it where I don't have to give a password for anything 
anymore. That also includes kdesu and gksu. How do I do that on the 
other? I already used visudo ( [username] ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL) and 
ran all of the updates, but the second machine still nags me for a 
password. On the first, I did install kde 3.5.5 from another repo, but 
that is the only real difference I can think of. Also, all the universe 
and multiverse stuff is set on both. I know it is insecure, but the 
second computer is never connected to the internet anyway, so I really 
don't care about that. Thanks!

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