• How to return back SYSCTL.CONF?

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    I changed the settings of the file that is in /etc/sysctl.conf and now I can`t change it back (only the main directory). Experts, tell me how to return it without any problems? Is it best to return the settings by default (I don`t remember).
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    This file is needed to override the OS core variables, you can leave it blank, then all the values ​​of the variables will be standard.
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    There are no particular steps, download the standard file and that`s all
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