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Re: sudo not respecting /etc/sudoers

Le quartidi 14 floréal, an CCXXIII, Jonathan Dowland a écrit :
> The safest way would be a variation on 3), IMHO
>   echo 'Acquire::http::Proxy "";;' | \
>     sudo tee -a /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/90http-proxy
> This should make the setting persist and normal apt-get update/upgrade
> should work afterwards.

On the other hand, that means that the HTTP proxy would be configured at two
different places. This is rarely a good idea, because one day the
configuration will change, and one of the places will be forgotten.

Also: keeping the setting from the environment SHOULD WORK. If it does not,
there is a problem that needs fixing. Any other solution is not a fix, it is
a work-around.

I do not know if the order if the directives in /etc/sudoers matters, as was
suggested earlier, but that would be the first thing to try. And of course,
use env to test, not apt.


  Nicolas George

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