Re: sudo is acting up
--- Vineet Kumar <firstname.lastname@example.org> escribió:
> I thought you said your sid box does ask for a password? Then you said
> "I would like my unstable box to also ask for a password...".
My mistake. I meant that I want my STABLE box to prompt for a password.
> Anyway, assuming you mean you DO want the machine to ask for a password,
> no extra setup is necessary. The defaults are to ask for a password if
> the user hasn't authenticated within the last 15 minutes (IIRC).
> This behavior can be overriden with the NOPASSWD option, like this:
> vineet ALL = NOPASSWD: /sbin/ifup eth0
I don't have this option set in the sudoers file on either machine.
> If you're never getting any password prompts at all, and your sudoers
> file is pretty empty (no other options that are changing sudo's default
> behavior), you should also check /etc/pam.d/sudo.
I checked the files and they are both identical:
auth required pam_unix.so
But, my stable box never prompts for a password.
> good times,
> "Computer Science is no more about computers
> than astronomy is about telescopes." -- E.W. Dijkstra
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