If you are the only sysadmin or developer, you can skip password when you run sudo command. By default, sudo asks for the password. Here is how you can run sudo without having to enter your password.
I’m a new Unix system user. How do I use sudo command without a password on a Linux or Unix-like systems? I log in as tom@my-cloud-server-ip and disabled root login for ssh. After login, I need to run some commands as root user. I am the only sysadmin using my server. How do I run or execute sudo command without a password for a user named Tom under Debian/Ubuntu/CentOS Linux cloud server?