It reminds me of setting up new path statements with a bash script, only needed to put the dot before the script name.
The closest to Lithuania I have been is Riga Latvia.
That just explains what sudo does, not why it was written.Quote:
it was "invented" to allow certain users to run certain applications (with certain options) as root (or as a certain user) without (necessarily) needing the root password (or the password of that certain user).
Additionally, it also logs every invocation.
Someone wanted a real world example ?
Every distro has a worst release.