[sudo-users] secondary groups not honoured

martin f krafft madduck at madduck.net
Thu Oct 28 17:23:27 EDT 2004

among other things, my sudoers file contains:

Cmnd_Alias      MOUNT = /bin/mount, /bin/umount
%staff          NODE=(root) MOUNT
%cluster        NODE=(root) RENICE

I am:

node10:~/.etc/zsh/env> id
uid=1000(krafft) gid=10000(cluster)

but when I do:

node10:~> sudo mount
Sorry, user krafft is not allowed to execute '/bin/mount' as root on

I can even change NODE to ALL in the line, and I get the same
effect. executing RENICE works fine, cluster is my primary group.

What's going on?

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