sudo-users digest, Vol 1 #253 - 1 msg

bruno.gallant at bruno.gallant at
Wed Oct 31 15:20:36 EST 2001

I tried that, but same thing, when logging in, it gives a line like:

Oct 31 15:16:12 : sysadmin : TTY=ttyq0 ; PWD=/root ; USER=root ;

but no further commands, even if I vi files, cd everywhere, etc.

thanks for your help!

-----Original Message-----
From: Dana Kaempen [mailto:decay at]
Sent: 31 octobre, 2001 14:31
To: sudo-users at
Subject: Re: sudo-users digest, Vol 1 #253 - 1 msg

Bruno asked:
> I just installed sudo, and trying it out.  When a user logs with it, an
> entry log is sent to the syslog file of the configured syslog host, but no
> commands entered by the user is sent.
You need a line like the following in /etc/sudoers to log user commands:
Defaults       logfile=/var/adm/sudo.log

Also, you *may* need to create the file by typing this to create a blank

Works like a charm

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