Enable sudo in Debian

Sudo is a tool default with Ubuntu, which allows users to execute administrative tasks (e.g. installation, remove etc). sudo is not available with Debian default. Ubuntu user may feel difficult while work with Debian without sudo. User has to install sudo tool first.

Open terminal and apply following commands,

su
apt-get install sudo
adduser username sudo

Logout from desktop.
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