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September 02, 2006, at 09:52 PM by Franz --
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You should now be able to use sudo with the username account. For a root shell type sudo /opt/bin/bash (or sudo sh if bash isn't installed.)

to:

You should now be able to use sudo with the username account. For a root shell type sudo /opt/bin/bash (or sudo sh if bash isn't installed.)

Hint: How it is shown in the sudoers-file you should edit the file with the visudo command. Otherwise it won't work! - Franz

January 27, 2005, at 07:08 PM by jharuska --
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1. ipkg install sudo 2. chmod 440 /opt/etc/sudoers 3. edit /opt/etc/sudoers to include a line

to:
  1. ipkg install sudo
  2. chmod 440 /opt/etc/sudoers
  3. edit /opt/etc/sudoers to include a line
January 27, 2005, at 07:07 PM by jharuska --
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January 27, 2005, at 07:06 PM by jharuska --
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Describe {{Sudo}} here.

to:

Sudo is normally used to run a command as root. This can also allow you to avoid having to ssh in as root (A Good Thing.)

Steps:

1. ipkg install sudo

2. chmod 440 /opt/etc/sudoers

3. edit /opt/etc/sudoers to include a line

     username ALL=(ALL) ALL

You should now be able to use sudo with the username account. For a root shell type sudo /opt/bin/bash (or sudo sh if bash isn't installed.)

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