zachary.crownover at gmail.com
Mon Nov 6 13:49:26 PST 2017
that's not how sudo works. you are allowed to run specific commands allowed
by your group or user. wheel defaults to being allowed to run anything. if
not allowed you're denied access, not segfault.
On Nov 6, 2017 11:53 AM, "Mohammad BadieZadegan" <mbzadegan at gmail.com>
> Yes, Ofcourse I set my user to wheel group, Is it issue?
> On Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 11:18 PM Harald Arnesen <harald at skogtun.org> wrote:
>> Mohammad BadieZadegan [2017-11-06 20:02]:
>> > I installed it from the main repository.
>> > On Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 7:10 PM, Zachary Crownover
>> > <zachary.crownover at gmail.com <mailto:zachary.crownover at gmail.com>>
>> > What version of sudo?
>> > On Nov 6, 2017 3:10 AM, "Mohammad BadieZadegan" <
>> mbzadegan at gmail.com
>> > <mailto:mbzadegan at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> > Hi everybody,
>> > I installed DF-BSD 5.0.0 and then SUDO, But I get Segmentation
>> > Fault when I run sudo!
>> > How can I resolve that?
>> I remember this from installing DragonFlyBSD on a QEMU VM. I have
>> deleted this VM, so I can't verify what I suggest.
>> Are your user a member of the "wheel" group? I seem to recall that sudo
>> will segfault if not.
>> Hilsen Harald
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