TLDR
Enter a command. For example: velero, vimdiff, git check attr.

sudo

 
Executes a single command as the superuser or another user. More information: https://www.sudo.ws/sudo.html.
 
  • Run a command as the superuser:
     
    sudo {{less /var/log/syslog}}
     
  • Edit a file as the superuser with your default editor:
     
    sudo --edit {{/etc/fstab}}
     
  • Run a command as another user and/or group:
     
    sudo --user={{user}} --group={{group}} {{id -a}}
     
  • Repeat the last command prefixed with sudo (only in bash, zsh, etc.):
     
    sudo !!
     
  • Launch the default shell with superuser privileges and run login-specific files (.profile, .bash_profile, etc.):
     
    sudo --login
     
  • Launch the default shell with superuser privileges without changing the environment:
     
    sudo --shell
     
  • Launch the default shell as the specified user, loading the user's environment and reading login-specific files (.profile, .bash_profile, etc.):
     
    sudo --login --user={{user}}
     
  • List the allowed (and forbidden) commands for the invoking user:
     
    sudo --list

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