[sudo-workers] How does one do a "sudo -l" for another user ...

Alek O. Komarnitsky (N-CSC) alek at ast.lmco.com
Tue Nov 9 12:03:41 EST 2004

> From Todd.Miller at courtesan.com Tue Nov  9 09:53 MST 2004
> There's no way to do this currently though in the next sudo release
> (with a new parser) you can do "sudo -l username" if you are already
> root.
>  - todd

Thanx for that info Todd ... just to clarify, do I have to
"really" be root (via "sudo su - " or "su -" which is frowned upon)
or (better IMHO), can I also do "sudo -l username" if the sudoers file
allows me ALL?


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