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Old 21st January 2009, 04:00 PM
shaunole Offline
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Question sudo insults

Hey all -

I'm running into an issue on my fedora installations getting sudo insults to work. I'm fairly new to the distro, but in other distros, I just had to add insults to the Defaults line within visudo. Then I could sudo -K to reset my sudo session and it worked.

Since I installed sudo from yum, I suppose it's possible that insult support is not built into the rpm. Can you guys shed some light on how to get my machine to insult me when I make mistakes??

I'm sure others got it working and I was hoping not to have to manually compile sudo with insults support as I don't want to break yum for updates/upgrades. If that's the only option, I'm more than happy to go that route, just would like it as a last resort.

Thanks peeps.
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Old 23rd January 2009, 02:00 AM
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Insults?
I love it!
I think this distro is gonna be fun.
...new guy here, wandered over from Ubuntuland.
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