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1.) Depends on you. As soon as you use a Standard Account, you are not part of wheel, and you won't be able to use sudo. Not a problem, just login as root (su -) and do the stuff that requires admin rights

2.) Yes you can: Use su -, provide root password

3.) see 2.). You can also run stuff like this su -c "dnf -refresh upgrade"

1.) Depends on you. As soon as you use a Standard Account, you are not part of wheel, and you won't be able to use sudo. Not a problem, just login as root (su -) and do the stuff that requires admin rights

2.) Yes you can: Use su -, provide root password

3.) see 2.). You can also run stuff like this su -c "dnf -refresh upgrade"

your PS: Very strange!!

1.) Depends on you. As soon as you use a Standard Account, you are not part of wheel, and you won't be able to use sudo. Not a problem, just login as root (su -) and do the stuff that requires admin rights

2.) Yes you can: Use su -, provide root password

3.) see 2.). You can also run stuff like this su -c "dnf -refresh upgrade"

your PS: Very strange!!strange!! When I replicate this situation on my Fedora23, it asks for the password of another user, which is part of wheel.