Putting other things back into service (Was: Re: [clo-devel] Putting statistics back into service.)
jcb.lisp at gmail.com
Tue Apr 23 04:57:47 UTC 2013
As you can see from the exchange here below my account jcbeaudoin
on common-lisp.net has been made a member of the "admin" group
by Hans Hubner a while ago and that used to allow me to use
sudo to fix a few things here and there. I just tried it today since
sudoers have been asked to fix what they consider would be
useful to put back into service but has been a casualty of the
recent server migration. My attempt showed that my sudo
access does not work anymore, and I suspect that this is the case
for the rest of the members of the "admin" group.
Basically, when I do sudo it now fails at the personal password
Somebody with real root access will need to fix this.
Otherwise I suspect the effective set of sudoers will
have shrunk significantly.
2011/6/30 Hans Hübner <hans.huebner at gmail.com>
> Hello Jean-Claude,
> I have made you a member of the "admin" group so you can use sudo.
> Can you fix the problem yourself? That'd be most appreciated!
> On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 5:57 PM, Jean-Claude Beaudoin
> <jcb.lisp at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello Hans,
> > The /etc/cron.d/cl-net script did not run last night as it should have.
> > I think in fact that it is prevented from running ever since I was made
> > the owner of the file yesterday and that would be a security features
> > of cron. I guess that all you have to do is to revert the ownership
> > of /etc/cron.d/cl-net back to root and all should run smoothly again.
> > Cheers,
> > Jean-Claude
> > 2011/6/28 Jean-Claude Beaudoin <jcb.lisp at gmail.com>
> >> 2011/6/28 Hans Hübner <hans.huebner at gmail.com>
> >>> Thanks for taking care. Someone else will probably check the stuff
> >>> in. If you like to volunteer for doing some more admin work, we can
> >>> also arrange for that and give you sudo access. Let us know!
> >> Sure, sign me up. I should be able to chip in once in a while.
> >> Cheers,
> >> Jean-Claude
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