Akemi Yagi a écrit :
On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 12:09 PM, Manuel Wolfshant
On 04/18/2008 09:27 PM, Akemi Yagi wrote:
Looking good to me. One thing that may be worth mentioning is that
all sudo commands are logged in /var/log/secure. In the above
example, it will look like:
Apr 18 11:23:17 localhost sudo: bob : TTY=pts/0 ; PWD=/home/bob ;
USER=root ; COMMAND=/bin/ping -c 10 -i 0 localhost
I think this is a nice feature. Commands executed by real root are
not logged except in root's .history file, if I'm not mistaken.
you are not mistaken
should I mention that my /etc/sudoers ends for quite sometime with:
wolfy ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL
? neah, guess not
Well, I have that line all over the place (except it does not say wolfy) :-D
You both know what you are doing, right?
Do all the people who will read this wiki page know what the will do
I prefer people guessing this and be aware of what they do instead of
not learning what sudo is and what are its possibilities.
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