Access denied!

Xavier Mertens xavier at
Fri Mar 10 02:35:34 EST 2000


I've a problem to allow some users on some hosts:

"Sorry, user joe may not run sudo on bladnoch."

In my sudoers file, I've the following line:

joe	bladnoch = /bin/kill

Why do he get an access denied??? "bladnoch" is enough? Maybe a FQDN is
needed there?


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NOC Manager           .      *   a subsidiary of    Unix is userfriendly. It
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                                                    about who it makes friends

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