Give sudo access to any user
Normally, after install the OS (Debian in my case), you don't have sudo access, and you can see this error:
user is not in the sudoers file. This incident will be reported.
To solve it, first log in as root, to do it enter:
Now, as super user, you can run this command:
With this command we open the sudo configuration file, add at the end this line:
user ALL=(ALL) ALL
user with your user name and save the file. Don't forget exit from the super user account, simply enter:
If you use Debian, and want to change the default text editor for the system, enter this command:
sudo update-alternatives --config editor
A list with all text editor will appear and you can select your favourite.
If you want to know where the sudo incident are reported, xkcd offers you an explanation: