su disabled by sudo
Todd C. Miller
Todd.Miller at courtesan.com
Mon Aug 21 20:53:51 EDT 2000
In message <NEBBLJOBODJGPJMMMLMBKEDKCBAA.tristen at redhawknetwork.com>
so spake "Tristen Lee" (tristen):
> I'm running sudo on Solaris 2.6. After putting /usr/sbin/su in the sudoers
> file once and then removing it, I can no longer run su under any
> circumstances. So now my only option is to sudo su. How can this
> situation be remedied?
That makes no sense. It sounds more like you have a problem with
your PAM setup. Having /usr/sbin/su in or out of sudoers is not
going to impact normal usage of su in any way.
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