Hi,I have updated /etc/sudoers using visudo with root access$ visudo then press i for inset mode, at the end of line added below info<myuser> ALL=(ALL) ALL... [by narayanab16]
I'm trying to execute the TeamViewer daemon via Startup Applications and have attempted to make the folder where the script resides work without a SUDO password... I used Visudo to access the sudoers file... I noticed when I open Visudo it defaults to /etc/sudoers.tmp when I WriteOut I wrote to /etc/sudoers
I clearly must be doing something wrong here. Here are the contents of my sudoers file.
sudo is installed on my solaris box as shown below.
# ls -ltr /usr/local/etc/sudoers
-r--r----- 1 root root 2869 May 23 14:33 /usr/local/etc/sudoers
# whereis sudo
# uname -a
SunOS prod 5.10 Generic_144488-05 sun4v sparc sun4v
However while trying to edit the sudoers file using visudo, it is g
I logged in as root and visudo'd /etc/sudoers.
I found several users with the username ALL=(ALL) ALL entries and added an account after the last one.
Saved the file.
When the user logs in and does "sudo su -" they are prompted for their password and then told they are not in the sudoers file.
Is there another step to "activate" the change?:confused: