lordsauronthegreat at gmail.com
Thu Dec 7 23:22:14 UTC 2006
There is a file called "sudoers" in /etc which you can use to specify
which UIDs/GIDs can gain root access.
On 12/7/06, anthony baldwin <anthonybaldwin at optonline.net> wrote:
> Could someone pelase explain to me why every user I have added
> to my system has access to sudo, when I have not added them
> to admin, sudo or root? Nor have I added sudo, admin or root to their
> How do I disable this?
> And, why is it that every user on the system can access everyone else´s
> /home? Shouldn´t each individual´s /home only be accessible to that
> particular user?
> I thought security was supposed to be better with sudo, or something,
> but I´m not seeing that. I mean, I suppose perhaps from outside the
> system, I don´t know, but within it, it´s a free-for-all.
> I want to be the only user on the system with sudo, and I don´t want
> anyone to be able to access my /home, or anyone else´s, besides their
> own (like I had it in Fedora...well, okay,
> I was the only with root, not sudo, but you get the idea)...
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