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Re: How does sudo work these days in F10 ?



Linuxguy123 wrote:
> How does sudo work these days in F10 ?  Why isn't this asking me for
> the root password ?
>
> $ sudo chown xxx /proc/bus/usb/007/002
> [sudo] password for xxx:

That's how sudo has worked for ages.  You may be thinking of su
instead of sudo.

    $ su -c 'chown xxx /proc/bus/usb/007/002'

would prompt you for the root password.  Using sudo requires you to
setup the /etc/sudoers file.

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