This pertains to my Raspberry Pi, on which I have Raspbmc installed. I do realize that there is a Raspberry Pi StackExchange site, but I figured I might get more eyes on this problem here.
The issue is that I modified
/etc/sudoers in an attempt to grant
NOPASSWD permissions to one of the users, but I guess somewhere along the way I borked up the file and now I'm getting the following error whenever I login/attempt to use
sudo: parse error in /etc/sudoers near line 19 sudo: no valid sudoers sources found, quitting sudo: unable to initialize policy plugin
I've found similar posts on Ubuntu as well as StackOverflow, but the problem is all the answers require a root password, and the root account is disabled by default on Raspbmc, and I obviously had not enabled it before attempting to change
So my question is: how do I fix the file if I don't have root access enabled? Is it even possible?