sudo and /etc/sudoers

H.S. hs.samix at
Thu Jan 1 08:44:37 UTC 2009

Derek Broughton wrote:
> H.S. wrote:
>> Yes, Debain *comes* with sudo, but it does not *set it up as default*.
> Yes it does (or, as I said, did when Ubuntu was first released and I switched 
> from Debian).  The first user created had full sudo privilege.
>> There is a huge difference. Once has to edit sudo file as root to add a
>> user and permitting him to use sudo.
> Nope, didn't do that.

hmm .. interesting if that was your experience. When I last installed
Debian Testing (a couple of years ago), it did not happen to me. Perhaps
it has changed since then.



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