[sudo-users] "sudo -l" vs. rootpw, etc

Vitezslav Cizek vcizek at suse.cz
Thu Jan 30 06:19:35 MST 2014

Hi Todd,

* Dne Středa 29. leden 2014, 23:43:49 [CET] Todd C. Miller napsal:
> For the next version of sudo I'm planning to make "sudo -l" prompt
> for the user's password regardless of whether or not any of rootpw,
> runaspw or targetpw are set.  It doesn't really make sense to require
> for someone else's password just to view the things you are allowed
> to run.  Is that going to cause headaches for anyone?  I know that
> SuSE at least used to set targetpw by default (and they may still).
Yes, openSUSE is still using targetpw by default.
But this change is reasonable, no objection from here.

Vita Cizek
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