sudo configure options
aaron at spangler.ods.org
Fri Mar 5 20:32:19 EST 2004
On slackware, try './configure --with-pam'. (I'm think slackware uses pam)
Also when you specify the files you want people to be able to run, use the
full path names in /etc/sudoers.
Something like this for /etc/sudoers:
joe ALL = /path/to/wierdplace/bin/myprogram
Then joe might do something like this (if . is in joe's path):
joe $ cd /path/to/wierdplace/bin
joe $ sudo myprogram
Or joe might do something like this:
joe $ cd /path/to
joe $ sudo ./wierdplace/bin/myprogram
In both cases, the program executes, sudo is able to understand what you mean
when you specify the full path in /etc/sudoers.
I hope this addresses your problem. Please let me know if this doesn't help.
More information about the sudo-users