I'm not really sure what you're saying. But, replacing a fuse with wire would cause the tool not to work. My system still works after my change. Although I'm open to a sudo script attack, I guess. That's a risk I'm willing to take.confuseling wrote: This argument is empty.
When you buy a drill with a fuse in, do you remove it and replace it with a bit of wire?
Why should anyone impinge on your freedom to run whatever current you feel like through your tools?
When I'm trying to figure out how to get things to work like, sudo, sound, battery indicator, suspend/resume and all the various things that don't work on Linux by default I am constantly running commands that require root access. Just looking at /var/log/messages requires root access.confuseling wrote: I probably update my system once a week or so... I install things irregularly too - maybe again once a week on average? How many times can you possibly be typing your password?
If I could get the time delay feature with sudo to work, maybe I would not have to turn off the password completely. But, I usually find that either the time delay feature doesn't work at all or it is set to a time that is too short to be useful.
Also I install and uninstall programs all the time to try them out. There are so many programs to experiment with.