Require different /etc/sudoers permission on 2 sles 10 x64 box?
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Ahh, took me a while to see what the issue was... well they are different version rpm's so I'd upgrade both and look to have 440 across all instances for consistency. If you want to change the rights from what the binary wants I believe you'd need to recompile it.
Last edited by acid_kewpie; 04-14-2009 at 03:52 AM.
I'm lead to believe that the rights on the file are recorded when sudo is compiled and if they don't match then trouble ensues. So it's most likely the responsibility of the packager themselves. Do you have some form of centralized file distribution of job scheduling which might account for the permissions on these files differing? Or reasons you'd be aware of outside of that?