old.rocker at blueyonder.co.uk
Thu Jan 5 17:43:15 UTC 2006
On Thursday 05 Jan 2006 16:56, Will H. Backman wrote:
> Sudo's config file is in etc.
> Sudo config files can be centralized and distributed to a bunch of
> computers because you can include specific machine names in the
> config file to have machine specific settings.
> Looks like you have a machine name (ubuntu) in your config file.
> Use visudo to edit it. You'll have to boot into single user mode
Thanks for that. The only file I seem to have in /etc that could
contain any information about sudo is sudoers and it is locked. Is
that the correct file to look at?
How do I boot into single user mode? I'm used to having root as a
separate user I can get into and use root permissions for accessing
system wide files.
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