[Bug 1387347] Re: sudo doesn't check for sudo group
Rafael David Tinoco
rafael.tinoco at canonical.com
Wed May 4 04:10:12 UTC 2016
This patch caused a regression that I'm going to fully explain in case:
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sudo doesn't check for sudo group
Status in sudo package in Ubuntu:
In Ubuntu, sudo is built with --enable-admin-flag to create the
~/.sudo_as_admin_successful after being run the first time.
At some point, to align with Debian, the group changed from "admin" to
"sudo", so this no longer works. A recent bash upload has fixed
printing the blurb about using sudo in the terminal, but since the
flag file isn't being created, the blurb always gets printed.
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