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Cleared up some language around sudo.

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James Harmison 2 months ago
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@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ The second method will automatically update the containers, and restart them on
sudo loginctl enable-linger $user # Where $user here is replaced with the username you expect to be running Akaunting as.
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The user you run Akaunting with, and therefore specify on the line above, doesn't need to be the same user executing these commands, but they need to have read access to the env files and scripts. They don't need the privilege to `sudo` at all. That command simply lets them have systemd user sessions at system boot time, rather than login time.
The user you run Akaunting with, and therefore specify on the line above, doesn't need to be the same user executing that command, but they need to have read access to the env files and scripts. They don't need the privilege to `sudo` at all. That command simply lets them have systemd user sessions at system boot time, rather than login time.
After that, you can safely run:


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