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yes, I recently did a KDE upgrade and the only similar problem occurances I found where Debian as you correctly recalled, the solution I remember seeing was to downgrade just the kdesu executables
Since I used the KDE:/KDE3/openSUSE_10.2/ on opensuse.org I assume that others did the same upgrade and would have have the same error. I checked what kde rpms I had installed and they seemed to be consistant except for the 32bit libs which aren't in the upgrade repo.
Seems my alternatives are:
-post to other forums
-downgrade to original kde rpms
-live with it
Less than 24h ago an update to yast2-sudo has been released.
Description: This patch fixes the problem in yast2-sudo module. Using yast2-sudo to edit /etc/sudoers file may result in corrupt configuration, which makes kdesu defunct.
I removed the sudo and yast2-sudo rpms and then reinstalled them, I also cleared my sudousers file just in case (of course I saved and reused it). I then tested yast2-sudo and thing went fine when I ran kdesu.