Re: using sudo

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On Thu, Nov 30, 2006 at 08:22:28AM -0600, David Berg wrote:
> So I gave myself full sudo access, disabled root logins, and eliminated
> the root password.  Works great on the command line.

put yourself in the "wheel" group. (I recommend then giving yourself sudo
access simply with "%wheel  ALL=(ALL)       ALL", but whatever.)

Then, append the line "UGROUPS=wheel" to the end of every file in
/etc/security/console.apps which you want to have sudo-like behavior.

Unfortunately, there's no way to do this globally, but a little shell loop
could do the trick.

Matthew Miller           [email protected]          <>
Boston University Linux      ------>              <>

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