sudo and /etc/sudoers

jdd jdd at
Mon Dec 29 15:30:36 UTC 2008

Mark Haney a écrit :

> users and groups permissions, but it's designed to allow User A in 

sudo is perfectly usefull if more than one people is root on any computer.

This prevent sharing the root password with people that may sometime
lose the root privilege

it's easy to allow "sudo /bin/sh" if you want the relevant people to
have the exact root privileges (you, for example)


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