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Questions related to the sudo command that allows users to run programs with the privileges of a different user (normally the root user).

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a file located at /etc/sudoers.d/pwfeedback, which changes this behavior when entering a password in the terminal. If you wish to disable the feedback, try this command: sudo mv /etc/sudoers.d … /pwfeedback /etc/sudoers.d/pwfeedback.disabled This will keep the file around in case you want to re-enable it, which you can do with the following: sudo mv /etc/sudoers.d/pwfeedback.disabled /etc/sudoers.d/pwfeedback …
answered Jan 26 '17 by David Berg