[sudo-workers] How does one do a "sudo -l" for another user ...
Todd C. Miller
Todd.Miller at courtesan.com
Wed Nov 10 10:51:03 EST 2004
In message <200411091703.KAA13005 at hulk.ast.lmco.com>
so spake "Alek O. Komarnitsky (N-CSC)" (alek):
> 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?
Currently you need to do something like "sudo sudo -l username" but
I plan to make it work if you have sudo "ALL".
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