Executing multiple commands with sudo

Some commands won’t execute under sudo (e.g. source on Ubuntu), so to execute these commands, or to execute many commands, use ‘sudo -s’ to get a shell session as the root user, then everything you execute after that point until you exit will be under sudo.

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