[sudo-users] /etc/sudoers.d macOS 10.12.4
SAdams2 at penguinrandomhouse.co.uk
Fri May 19 08:42:10 MDT 2017
Yes, the #includedir line is in the /etc/sudoers file
My sudoers file has only letters in the file name
I’m assuming the creation of the custom sudoers file gives instant access, I’ve tried rebooting
On 19/05/2017, 15:34, "Todd C. Miller" <Todd.Miller at courtesan.com> wrote:
The first thing to check is that /etc/sudoers has something
like the following at the bottom:
## Read drop-in files from /private/etc/sudoers.d
## (the '#' here does not indicate a comment)
That will parse extra sudoers format files in /etc/sudoers.d
(which should already exist).
Be aware that sudo will skip file names that end in `~' or contain
a `.' character to avoid causing problems with package manager or
editor temporary/backup files.
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