Hello, I had assumed sudo rules worked because I have an "allow_all for admins" sudo rule that seemed to work, but I wonder if there is an implicit rule for the special group admins ?
Because I have tried to replicate this allow_all rule for for other user groups, and it does not seem to work at all. What's strange is that "sudo -l" report the appropriate rules, but they do not work. For instance, some users have: (ALL) ALL listed with sudo -l, but they can not use sudo. My user has: (root) NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/git status, /usr/local/bin/git status (ALL) ALL (root) NOPASSWD: /bin/chgrp qbstaff *, /bin/chmod g[+-]* *, /bin/chmod -R g[+-]* * (ALL) NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/less (ALL) ALL but I'm prompted a password when doing "sudo /usr/bin/less". How can I debug this ? Best regards, Karl
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