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RE: newbie question



You can adjust the user permissions in the gnome interface under users by
adding the name to the profile listing of wheel.

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Robert Williams
Programmer / Web Developer / Network Administrator
Covenant Data Systems, Inc.
http://www.covenantdata.com
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On Behalf Of Tom McCaffrey
Sent: Wednesday, June 22, 2005 8:15 AM
To: RedHat
Subject: newbie question

After creating a user I then vi'd the sudoers file in the etc directory and
added at the bottom of the file:
gtlakes ALL=NOPASSWD:ALL
This isn't what I want and looking through my Fedora Core3 Unleashed book -
I haven't yet found where
to force a password on this user to do su activities.
Of course I suspect the NOPASSWD but what would I put there instead? Just
PASSWD?
 
Thanks!
 
Tom

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