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  1. #11
    Senior Member gore's Avatar
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    Oct 2002
    Originally posted here by SirDice
    Don't confuse sudo with su.. su will ask for the root password.. sudo will ask for the user's password. On BSD you need to be a member of the wheel group to su (don't need it on linux)..
    And don't confuse Linux for BSD or me for an idiot, I know the difference between su and sudo and I use both. it asked me for ROOT'S password.

    JUST typed this again:

    sudo mount

    The only password it accepts is ROOT... Now, PLEASE do NOT assume me an idiot again.

  2. #12
    Senior Member Maestr0's Avatar
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    May 2003
    Oh yeah, forgot to mention Suse also has a weird /etc/sudoers file that uses the "rootpw" by default instead of "targetpw". If you change it to "targetpw" you might want to change %users ALL=(ALL) ALL to root ALL=(ALL) ALL as well.

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