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Bug#698793: Patch



Hi Tim,

Thanks a lot!  I'll wait for your next revision of this patch, as we've
just discussed IRL.

Bye,

Joost

On Sun, Jan 27, 2013 at 11:11:40AM +0000, Tim Marston wrote:
> --- en/upgrading.dbk	(revision 9557)
> +++ en/upgrading.dbk	(working copy)
> @@ -1227,6 +1227,31 @@
>  may be required, either before or during the upgrade; these are detailed
>  below on a per-package basis.
>  </para>
> +<section id="issues-sudo">
> +<title>Sudo</title>
> +<para>
> +If you have modified <filename>/etc/sudoers</filename> then you should be aware
> +of changes made to how <systemitem role="package">sudo</systemitem>
> +configuration is handled.  The deafult <filename>/etc/sudoers</filename> now
> +includes the following directive:
> +</para>
> +<programlisting>#includedir /etc/sudoers.d</programlisting>
> +<para>
> +You may wish to add this directive to the end of your
> +<filename>/etc/sudoers</filename>, as this won't be done automatically during
> +the upgrade.  And you may also wish to consider migrating your changes to files
> +in the new <filename>/etc/sudoers.d</filename> directory.
> +</para>
> +<note>
> +<para>
> +Unless you also add a <literal>Defaults secure_path=</literal> entry to your
> +modified <filename>/etc/sudoers</filename>, you may find that <systemitem
> +role="package">sudo</systemitem> has an incomplete path.  Specifying the fully
> +qualified path to commands will still work, however.  See
> +<filename>usr/share/doc/sudo/NEWS.Debian</filename> for more information.
> +</para>
> +</note>
> +</section>
>  <section id="issues-evolution">
>  <title>Evolution</title>
>  <para>
> 
> -- 
> Tim Marston
> ed.am
> 
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