[sudo-users] Problem with sudo version

nassiba at bluemail.ch nassiba at bluemail.ch
Tue Feb 22 02:45:44 EST 2005

Good morning,

Thank you for your response about sudo version.
When I type "sudo -V", it gives me: 
Sudo version 1.6.7p5

But we are using solaris 8 as operating system. And when I check in the following
web site:


I have the following versions:

Solaris	8	sun4u	gcc2.95.2	1.6.8p1	Todd Miller	 --with-pam
Solaris	8	sun4u	SC4.2		1.6.8p1	Todd Miller	 --with-pam
Solaris	8	sun4u	Workshop 6.2	1.6.3p7	Donna Dickerson	 none
Solaris	8	sun4u	gcc2.95.3	1.6.6	Banu Yobas	 none
Solaris	9	sun4u	gcc3.3.2	1.6.8p1	Todd Miller	 --with-pam

and version 1.6.7p5 is only for Linux. How can it work on Solaris 2.8?

We are going to upgrade our OS to Solaris 9 rev 12/03. Will the version that
we have on Solaris 8 work? if not which version do we need to install? is
1.6.8p1 the only version that works with Solaris 9?

With Best Regards

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