[sudo-users] Reg to change the default path of /etc/sudoers

Gabriel O'Brien obrieng at cbc.ca
Sat Feb 3 15:41:11 EST 2007

There is a compile time option you can set to control the location in 
which sudo installs its config file.

You'll want to do './configure --sysconfdir=/usr/local/etc' before 
running 'make'

Do: './configure --help' for more info.


Gabriel O'Brien
IT Analyst, CBC Technology
w: 416-205-8740 m: 416-576-0088

Namazhwar, Baskar wrote:
> Hi,
> I want to install sudoers on solaris system
> I installed on /export/local system
> The sudoers file is stored on /etc directory.
> I want to change the sudoers file path into /export/local/etc directory 
> For that what I have to do
> When I run sudo command it must read from /export/local/etc/ directory.
> For that what I have to do
> Thanks in advance
> Regards
> Baskar
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