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Under Ubutnu, we use the "sudo" command to allow some users or a group of users to run a command with root (administrator) privileges. To grant a user the possibility to run "sudo" commands under Ubuntu, then follow these instructions:

Open the terminal and run this command:

sudo adduser username sudo

Replace username with the user you want to allow to run "sudo" commands. If the operation is successful, you will get this as outputs:

~$ sudo adduser upubuntu sudo
Adding user `upubuntu' to group `sudo' ...
Adding user upubuntu to group sudo
Done.

That's it!

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