I just updated again and sudo was updated. It installed the copy of the new sudoers file, so I looked at it. seen nothing I needed that was changed within it, but nonetheless, I said why not then backed up my old sudoers file. Copied over the old with the new, lost sudo rights, didn't think of it untl I tried to use sudo to edit the new file to change it to what I needed it to be then getting the Ole' you're in trouble message one gets when they are not listed in the sudoers file.
userx@voided & ~ >> $sudo nano /etc/sudoers
userx is not in the sudoers file. This incident will be reported.
seeings how I am the only one using this system, I wondered, do I now have to yell at myself for this, put myself on probation, what reprimand do I now have to inflict myself with?
two: where is this actually logged to so the "system Admin" will see that someone that is not in the sudoers file has actually tried to use the sudo command.
so in a real world situation of someone else being an Admin person would know that this has taken place so he can actually go yell at that person for doing so?
does it pop up whenever this admin person logs in or does he or she actually have to go and open up said file/log to see if any attempts have been made?