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Many times, i need to connect modem using SAKIS-3G script and because modem-manager sucks many times.

I need to supply admin/root password, everytime i need to run sakis-3g script.

I am the only user on the laptop. I want ubuntu to remember my password forever for this specific application, even after reboot. So, when next time i run this application, it run without asking for password.

Please tell me step by step procedure, so that i can understand well.

I want to ask for password for other applications, but not to ask for password for this application only

Thanks to all.

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You can do that by editing the sudoers file, try googling for it. – gronostaj Nov 26 '13 at 8:32
Example: – pabouk Nov 26 '13 at 8:47

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