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Re: Today's (9/12) rawhide all users = unable to authenticate user!



> What I'd like to see, is sudo being setup by default (full access w/
> password) for the first user (as configured during firstboot).

Please no! Sudo is not the good way to do this kind of things. There is
PolicyKit for doing such things correctly.

Martin

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