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What is the proper name that Debian (or ubuntu) uses for the sudo users? So far it seems like it's probably one of these:

  • sudo
  • wheel
  • admin
  • root
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up vote 3 down vote accepted

Ubuntu uses the sudo and admin. Debian uses the sudo.

root is group to user root, not for other user. wheel is FreeBSD way.

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Then "sudo" it is. –  Xeoncross Sep 25 '10 at 17:22
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