sudocommand allows you to run commands as other users, by default
root. It's often used to alter privileged parts of a computing environment, such as installed software.
In sandboxes, your default user is
nt-user("Next Tech user"), but you have full
sudoaccess! However, keep in mind that currently software installed outside of your
~/workspacedirectory is not persisted, so don't be surprised if you come back and find what you've installed to be missing.