hbo at egbok.com
Sat Jun 7 13:37:36 EDT 2003
You might try 'su' before you do the installation.
On Sat, 2003-06-07 at 09:54, nishant sharma wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am having no experience in using SUDO, complete new
> at it.
> I want to use SUDO for my software.
> I explain my problem in points :
> 1. The main problem is that I am not having "root"
> permissions on my UNIX system.
> 2. I installed complete SUDO on my UNIX machine using
> various OPTIONS while "configuring " it,giving
> 3. Then run "make", then run "make install".
> 4. Now, when I try to run any "sudo" command,it is
> saying "Sorry, sudo must be setuid root.". I tried all
> options in given in "TROUBLESHOOTING", but nothing
> 5. When I tries to modify sudoer file, it is also
> giving error saying "visudo: Unable to set (uid, gid)
> of /export/home/nish/config/sudoers.tmp to (0, 0): Not
> Please tell me that is it necesary to have "root"
> permissions for installing SUDO and modifying "sudoer"
> Please help me out.
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