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sudo without password?
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There is a configuration file for not asking password when pi acts as sudo (as su, properly).
I think it cannot be Raspbian's feature (the debians wouldn't do something like that, it would be considered a major crime  Wink )

Is it a OpenPlotter feature or configuration?
Which is the reason for that? yes, primarily not to ask for a password, but I mean if it might be a condition for other programs' well working or something like that.
If this file is deleted, would Openplotter  work ok?

Thanks
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#2
I am afraid this is a Raspbian feature from the beginning. Personally I like it Smile
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