kdesu and sudo
amigrave at gmail.com
Thu Apr 21 15:00:35 UTC 2005
> That's crap, and you know it. Give people access to a root account, and they
> inevitably use it when they shouldn't. When I run a script out of my user
> account, it cannot do anything harmful, either. Unless I prefix it with
> "sudo" - and how, in effect, is that the slightest bit different than the old
> option of typing "su".
As I'm at work, I don't have a linux box right here in order to give a
try, but ...
what happens if the script contains a command prefixed with sudo ?
I guess that it will be executed with super user privileges and I think this
is what Hannes point out. Please, correct me if I'm wrong.
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