[Username] is not in the sudoers file and won't add

nope its file not found :person_shrugging:

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It seems to work now. So my guess is, you weren’t inside the wheel group. Why, I don’t know. :scream:

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Congrates on getting it fixed. visudo is a nice tool but its always best to know how to do things so when there is a problem the tool can’t fix you can :wink:
please mark as solved
Enjoy your Day

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Try something with sudo now and post the result here on the forum (no need for pastebin)

For example:

sudo parted -l
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Indeed, pebcak got it, but honestly, as said, you all have been so very helpful, and I really do appreciate you, and the time and energy afforded to help me.

I don’t know either, maybe I did really mess something up during Install… ~shame

Does EOS use the sudoers.d/wolf file or does it usually use the wheel group?

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[wolf@Dumb-Box ~]$ sudo parted -l
Model: Micron_2210_MTFDHBA512QFD (nvme)
Disk /dev/nvme0n1: 512GB
Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B
Partition Table: gpt
Disk Flags:

Number Start End Size File system Name Flags
1 2097kB 1051MB 1049MB fat32 boot, esp
2 1051MB 503GB 502GB ext4 endeavouros
3 503GB 512GB 9449MB linux-swap(v1) swap

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What’s that? :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

Just kidding!
I don’t really know how things are set up currently.
I haven’t installed EnOS for a while :blush:

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Before I restart my System, and I know it’s going to sound dumb, and read* the Wiki, but how would I from now on use the command for pacman to Update?

Alright. It looks to be working now.

sudo pacman -Syu

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Thank you! And thank you again!

I do hope you all have a wonderful day/night!

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