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Re: (Possible) menu code rewrite

On Wed, 17 Jul 2002, Mark Ferlatte wrote:


> You know, Mac OS X actually handles this pretty well: the first user
> account that's created is by default an "Admin" (which places them into
> /etc/sudoers, and enables their UI sudo to work for them).  Every
> additional user that's created is by default not an Admin, but can
> easily be made one.
> It doesn't seem that bad of an idea to make the Debian installer just
> make the user account that's created on install be an admin by default.

I don't like that.  One more neeedlessly hardwired special UID.  Why not
just having an admin submenu (-structure) taking all entries that need
special privileges to run?

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