[sudo-users] Don't set timestamp
Todd C. Miller
Todd.Miller at courtesan.com
Sun Jul 19 19:19:43 EDT 2009
In message <1248029295.28377.2.camel at linux-9ona.site>
so spake slawek (slawek):
> Is there possible to run sudo without set timestamp?
> I would like to use su, but there's not working on Ubuntu.
> Don't tell me how set password for root - i need only to invoke "sudo
> --without-timestamp" command or some think like that.
With sudo 1.7.1 and higher you can use the -k flag along with a
command to ignore the time stamp file. This means that sudo will
always prompt for a password and not update the time stamp file.
sudo -k ls
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