Am 01.09.2015 um 21:13 schrieb Jayson Willson: > Ehmm... I do not know. Probably, what I have done is not correct. As I > understand, if my user is NOT in sudo group, then su prompts for root > password (just as always), and polkit will also prompt for root > password, instead of my user's. Correct. > However, sudo seems to be more flexible, and though I do not need all of > it's flexibility now, I may need it later. > All the changes, which I had to make is: > add > "Defaults rootpw" > to /etc/sudoers > and do polkit rules changes mentioned above. Are there any reasons _not_ > to change config files and switch to su without sudo instead? Just to clarify: I'm one of the policykit maintainers and we modelled the default policy in Debian this way, that you'll be prompted for your user password if you are in group sudo, since that is what we'd expect admins to happen if they put users in group sudo, to grant them admin privileges. So I was interested why you wanted to work it differently. Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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