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Re: Adding /sbin and /usr/sbin to everyone's path in F10



On 23.04.2008 19:41, Jesse Keating wrote:
> On Wed, 2008-04-23 at 20:33 +0300, Axel Thimm wrote:
>> In a nutshell: Keep things as are, but if there really is a command
>> that is used by "normal" users move that out of sbin or make a symlink
>> (commands that used to live in sbin and moved out are for example
>> ping and traceroute)

+1

> If we were to keep things the way they are, we need to munge sudo so
> that it takes into account the sbin paths.  Continually doing "sbin foo"

s/sbin/sudo/ I suppose?

> and getting foo not found is infuriating to no end, combined with the
> guessing game of "is it /sbin or /usr/sbin I must call out on this
> system this week".

+1

While at it more and more often people talk about sudo in Fedora-land.
Maybe we should encourage sudo more? Maybe by adding users (the first
one that gets created?) to /etc/sudoers from firstboot? Or by disabling
root-login completely? Not sure if the latter is a good idea, but well,
you get the idea).

Cu
knurd


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