How to change the number of minutes that the sudo password is cached
Written by @mikho, 4 May 2021
Article was migrated from WordPress to Vanilla in March 2022
This is a really QUICK TIP!
When you run any command as root, using sudo, the password is remembered for 15 minutes by default.
If you want to change the time that the password is cached, open the terminal (as root) and run:
Find this line in the file:
And change it into:
defaults env_reset , timestamp_timeout=x
where “x” is the time in minutes that the password will be cached.
Save and exit and work is done!
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