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    sudo: ports: command not found
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    It means that the permissions are wrong on the sudoers file (which outlines who has access to what through sudo). Change the permissions to 440:
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    sudo chmod 440 /etc/sudoers
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    sudo: ports: command not found

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    How can you do that without permissions? I keep getting Segmentation Fault
    But thank you for suggestion however

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