[sudo-users] LDAP Sudoers sudo -l without password
jhamilton at simulexinc.com
Mon Feb 22 10:44:24 EST 2010
Yep, sudo 1.7.2p3 works like a charm with this ldap function. Thanks again!
On 02/21/2010 10:41 AM, Jason Hamilton wrote:
> Thanks Patrick, I can give that a try on a test machine....you didn't
> happen to already build rpms for rhel 5? ;-)
> On 02/20/2010 08:35 PM, Patrick Spinler wrote:
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>> Jason Hamilton wrote:
>>> Thanks for following up, but that doesn't seem to work. Even for ;
>>> administrator users who have !authenticate for all commands (which works
>>> just fine); the "sudo -l" always prompts for their password.
>>> We are running 1.6.9p17 on centos 5.4. Any thoughts on this?
>> I think this may be the same issue I ran into back in this thread,
>> running the sudo packaged with RHEL 5.x:
>> The answer turned out to be to upgrade to sudo 1.7.x, which fixed this.
>> - -- Pat
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