turgon at mike-leone.com
Tue Nov 27 22:27:19 GMT 2007
Derek Broughton (news at pointerstop.ca) had this to say on 11/27/07 at 10:35:
> Mike Leone wrote:
> > Nils Kassube wrote:
> >> Bill Vance wrote:
> >>> Ok, I tried, "sudo ls", and got:
> >>> sudo: /etc/sudoers is mode 0740, should be 0440
> >> As you can't use the sudo command any more, I think you should boot to
> >> recovery mode now.
> > That's one of the reasons why I always put a password on "root", and use
> > "su". YMMV.
> Pretty weak. He only got this way by doing things he shouldn't - so you'd
> like to make it easier to do things you shouldn't...
"Shouldn't"? Using "su" is pretty standard Linux practice. And everyone should have
the freedom to run their system the way they like, don't you think?
Otherwise, that's pretty weak. If they want to do things only the Ubuntu
way, fine. If they want to do things other ways, also fine.
You don't *have* to follow all things the Ubuntu way, if you don't want to.
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