Sudo 1.8.9p5

The number one system administration tool that lets certain users to run commands as root
Sudo (su "do") is an open source command-line software that lets regular users to execute various commands that need root privileges as a system administrator under UNIX/Linux based operating systems.

However, not all users have access to the sudo command in a Linux environment, but only certain users or groups of users have this ability, as configured by the system administrator.

All the commands, as well as their arguments, run (as root) by a regular user are logged by default in the default logs directory of the respective Linux operating system. All Linux distributions include the sudo command by default.

last updated on:
February 7th, 2014, 9:41 GMT
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developed by:
Todd Miller
homepage:
www.sudo.ws
license type:
ISC License (ISCL) 
category:
ROOT \ System \ System Administration

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Sudo - The help message of the sudo command-line, as viewed from the Linux Terminal
What's New in This Release:
  • Fixed a compilation error on AIX when LDAP support is enabled.
  • Fixed parsing of the "umask" defaults setting in sudoers. Bug #632.
  • Fixed a failed assertion when the "closefrom_override" defaults setting is enabled in sudoers and sudo's -C flag is used. Bug #633.
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