How to make password entry in the terminal visible
Each time when you use sudo, the terminal asks you to enter the user password.
This is a great security measure! But the terminal does not offer any visual feedback when entering the password. This is often confusing. Adding such a relationship is quite simple, as a result of which we will see “an asterisk” when entering.
Open the terminal (often by pressing Ctrl + Alt + T) and enter:
# sudo vi / etc / sudoers
Find the line:
# Defaults env_reset
and replace it with:
# Defaults env_reset,pwfeedback
Save our file through: wq! (for program vi)
And now, you see this result when you type:
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