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Re: can't use sudo



For sudo you have to use your user's password not root's.

On 12/12/06, Davis, Jared Scott <DavisJar missouri edu> wrote:
My root password will not take with sudo, however I can always su with no problems.



$ sudo vi /etc/crontab

Password:

Sorry, try again.



I'm using SecureCRT to SSH in, and KeePass to copy/paste my root password.



Thanks,



Jared Davis


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