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Re: How to use sudo not root

On Fri, Jun 16, 2006 at 21:50:39 +0200, Felix C. Stegerman wrote:
>> %admin ALL=(ALL) ALL
>> should do ... as they have in ubuntu
>What about group `wheel' ?

Historically in UNIX the group wheel has GID 0, in Debian that's the
root group.

>vipw.  Interesting.

You also have vipgr, visudo (already mentioned in the thread I believe),
and vidir :-)


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