Where is sudo group in Linux? The Ubuntu default /etc/sudoers configuration has two groups to allow sudo access. Members of these groups are allowed sudo access without requiring an edit to /etc/sudoers or the addition of a configuration file to /etc/sudoers.
How do I know if a user is a sudo group? Another way to find out if a user has sudo access is by checking if the said user is member of the sudo group. If you see the group ‘sudo’ in the output, the user is a member of the sudo group and it should have sudo access.
How do I list all users in sudo? You can find the sudoers file in “/etc/sudoers”. Use the “ls -l /etc/” command to get a list of everything in the directory. Using -l after ls will give you a long and detailed listing.
What are sudo privileges? Sudo (superuser do) is a utility for UNIX- and Linux-based systems that provides an efficient way to give specific users permission to use specific system commands at the root (most powerful) level of the system. Sudo also logs all commands and arguments.