Installing Arch linux
Warning: Do not edit /etc/sudoers directly with an editor; Errors in syntax can cause annoyances (like rendering the root account unusable). You must use the visudo command to edit /etc/sudoers.
In the previous section we added your user to the "wheel" group. To give users in the wheel group full root privileges when they precede a command with "sudo", uncomment the following line:
%wheel ALL=(ALL) ALL
so i signed in as root and typed in visudo now i alreayd made the changes but how do i exit and save super+x doesnt seem to do it for me since im not using nano and not supposed to cause it causes errors
This command writes changes to the file and quits vi:
You can find other useful vi commands here:
VI MAN Page
Exactly as oz said...
for more info on using vim (if you need it), execute
Great little program.
vimtutor - Linux Command - Unix Command