Execute some commands as root

Sudo is a command that allows users to execute some commands as root.
The /etc/sudoers file (edited with 'visudo') specifies which users have
access to sudo and which commands they can run. Sudo logs all its
activities to syslogd, so the system administrator can keep an eye on
things. Sudo asks for the password for initializing a check period of a
given time N (where N is defined at installation and is set to 5
minutes by default).

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed Actions
README.SUSE 0000000400 400 Bytes over 13 years
README_313276.test 0000000620 620 Bytes over 6 years
fate_313276_test.sh 0000000258 258 Bytes over 6 years
sudo-1.8.22-CVE-2019-18634.patch 0000002862 2.79 KB 5 months
sudo-1.8.22-fix_listpw.patch 0000000814 814 Bytes 5 months
sudo-1.8.22.tar.gz 0003029051 2.89 MB over 2 years
sudo-1.8.22.tar.gz.sig 0000000566 566 Bytes over 2 years
sudo-CVE-2019-14287.patch 0000008353 8.16 KB 9 months
sudo-i.pamd 0000000255 255 Bytes about 2 years
sudo-sudoers.patch 0000004659 4.55 KB almost 5 years
sudo.changes 0000103111 101 KB 5 months
sudo.keyring 0000004683 4.57 KB over 2 years
sudo.pamd 0000000249 249 Bytes about 2 years
sudo.spec 0000006639 6.48 KB 5 months
sudoers2ldif-env.patch 0000000312 312 Bytes over 2 years
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