Sudo without password
It is often quickly tired of having to enter the password each time you use the sudo command.
A few seconds are necessary to correct this problem.
Be careful: changing your user account configuration leaves a lot less secure.
Launch the command:
sudo vi /etc/sudoersto edit the file. Then add the following line at the end of file:
jerome ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALLthen enter :w! to save the file (the file is read-only, must be forced to write). That's it.