[sudo-users] sudo -V for old versions

Tim Daley tim.daley at cru.org
Thu Feb 14 14:26:31 EST 2013

I have run sudo -V as root with the following output:

Sudo version 1.8.5p2
Configure options: --prefix=/usr/local --with-insults=disabled
--with-logging=syslog --with-logfac=auth
--with-editor=/usr/bin/vim:/usr/bin/vi:/bin/vi --with-env-editor --with-pam
--enable-zlib=builtin --disable-nls
Sudoers policy plugin version 1.8.5p2
Sudoers file grammar version 41

Since this version is linked from the sudoers ldap manual at
http://www.gratisoft.us/sudo/sudoers.ldap.man.html, one would think that
LDAP is included. However I don't see ldap in the Configure options.

Also I have built other versions and it appears that the configure options
listed are not complete. (They apparently are on  1.8.6p6).

Can anyone confirm that the options listed for the binary package of
1.8.5p2 is complete and correct or provide the accurate options?

*Tim Daley*
IT Specialist-Operating Systems
cru Technology
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tim.daley at cru.org

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