Qua, 2007-06-20 às 20:41 +0930, n0dalus escreveu: > The benefits you have just listed are already part of Fedora by > default, and sudo is not needed to get them. Supose: sudo yum update vs su -c "yum update" * Which is more user friendly? * Which is faster to type? * Does su register the command as well as sudo does? At least with higher security environments sudo is highly preferred since you can at least establish a rule that different administrators don't know the root password and yet they can give authenticated and registered commands. If admin user A does "sudo sh" and that is found out in the logs preserved off-band, he can be punished. Of course you could do even more strict restrictions, but that's beyond the point. I'm actually more concerned that in either su or sudo you now have nice GUIs that could be easily faked by some trojan-horse. Rui P'tang! Today is Boomtime, the 26th day of Confusion in the YOLD 3173 + No matter how much you do, you never do enough -- unknown + Whatever you do will be insignificant, | but it is very important that you do it -- Gandhi + So let's do it...?
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