Sudo or NOT to sudo

Damon A. Keller tomcatt.keller at
Thu Sep 14 06:52:09 UTC 2006

That depends on the problem.  If it's a simple software, you have to
un-install the software then go old school by looking for ALL of the
locations that deals with the program and remove it's configuration
files.  Next you should be able to reinstall it and go from there.

On Thu, 2006-09-14 at 00:04 +0200, Ante Karamatic wrote: 

> Na Sri, 2006-09-13 u 15:44 -0500, Bill Asher je napisao:
> > The posts I’ve found was the only way to fix is reinstall or run
> > recovery from the CD.  And disable sudo.
> No, this is not the only way to fix it. Actually, reinstall isn't a fix
> at all. You can fix it by booting in single user mode and fix
> your /etc/hosts and/or /etc/hostname.
> > What’s your opinion on sudo?
> Like any other program - it can be great if you know how to use it.
> -- 
> Ante Karamatić <ivoks at>
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