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Re: sudoers tty defaults (Re: Changing Users in a script)

Walter Hurry wrote:
> Bob Proulx wrote:
> > Best would be to run 'sudo -l' and see what flags are actually set at
> > the time.  And remember that /etc/sudoers.d/* is a directory of
> > additional snippets that are also included into the configuration.
> For what it is worth, I'm not sure that that man page is up to date. 
> Squeeze here (up to date), and I have done nothing directly with the 
> supplied /etc/sudoers; only used visudo to add myself.
> It has neither tty-tickets nor requiretty.

I agree.  The man apge is out of sync.  My bad for quoting it without
checking it.  After checking various releases I concur that neither of
those are set by default on Debian.

> I note by the way, that this differs from RHEL and derivatives,
> which include requiretty by default.



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