[sudo-users] 1.7.0rc1 interesting tests
spinler.patrick at mayo.edu
Sun Jun 8 20:22:11 EDT 2008
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Todd C. Miller wrote:
| In message <484C6A98.4030706 at mayo.edu>
| so spake Patrick Spinler (spinler.patrick):
|> Issue 1)
|> on 5.2, "sudoedit" does not invoke the editor, and merely returns
|> "sudoedit: <whatever_file> not changed"
| Do you also see a line like this?
| sudoedit: unable to execute foo: No such file or directory
Nope. Looks like this:
ap00375 at lpsarch sudo-1.7.0rc1 $ /usr/local/bin/sudoedit /tmp/foo
sudoedit: /tmp/foo unchanged
with no invocation of the editor.
|> Issue 2)
|> on 5.2, with ldap sudoers, I receive an informational message "start_tls
|> specified but LDAP libs do not support ldap_start_tls_s()"
| Hmm, that would indicate that configure did not find ldap_start_tls_s
| in the ldap libs. It is most likely a configure issue. If you edit
| if you edit config.h and change:
| #undef HAVE_LDAP_START_TLS_S
| #define HAVE_LDAP_START_TLS_S 1
| and then re-run the make, does it link correctly?
Looks like I made a fumble fingers somewhere along the line. config.h
already had the #define.
In other words, it worked.
I suspect I may have accidently installed a sudo compiled for an earlier
redhat (or with parts of it compiled for). The perils of a NFS homedir,
and forgetting to re-run make clean ; configure ; make on each platform ...
- -- Pat
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