1. byrnejb

    SUDOER syntax

    User_Alias MONITORS = userx,usery,userz Cmnd_Alias LOGONS = /usr/bin/, /usr/bin/logons I have this line that I am trying to add to sudoers: /usr/local/etc/sudoers.tmp: 110 lines, 3850 characters. /usr/local/etc/sudoers:89:38: syntax error MONITORS ALL=(ALL)...
  2. TobiasW

    Solved Sudo upgrade asks to remove /usr/local/etc/sudoers

    Hello everybody, today we had a upgrade for sudo: 1.9.5p1 -> 1.9.5p2. I think it is related to following security advisory. I wonder about the install notice: Did anyone dig deeper into it and can tell me why I would like to remove the file? Usually I edit sudoers via visudo. For now I...
  3. B

    How to authorize an user non root

    I'm trying to install a desktop environment in one account that isn't root. But I can't. It says that the user doesn't appear in the "sudoers" file. Give me a moment and I'll give you the specific output.
  4. daBee

    Sudoers File Location && Scripting Entries

    I want to locate the sudoers file and script in an admin account. Is this possible? The man page says /usr/local/etc/sudoers List of who can run what but this 12.0 CURRENT indicates /usr/local/etc/ does not exist. I want to provide this for a user entry: username5 ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD...
  5. daBee

    sudoers & ports missing, portsnap fetch fail SOLVED

    Hi folks. Installed FreeBSD-11.0-STABLE-arm-armv6-RPI2-20170203-r313108 onto a Raspberry Pi 2. All is mostly good. It's missing both sudoers and ports, and I have no idea why. As well, there is no login screen, just the login prompt. I would like to install bash and sudo, but portsnap...
  6. daBee

    Solved su Not Taking in visudoers

    I've entered a user for sudoers: alex ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL Unfortunately it replies with Sorry upon trying su. Is this the right syntax? Any insight appreciated.