Can you check the permissions on the /etc/sudoers file withCode:ls -l /etc/sudoers
Well, I did (!) set PATH.
---> # echo $PATH
---> which sudo
Must be something else...
Last edited by AndreKuhn; 12-06-2006 at 09:50 AM.
I slowly increased permissions on /etc/sudoers. Finally up to:
---> ls -l /etc/sudoers
-rwxrwxrwx 1 root root 608 Dec 6 14:00 /etc/sudoers
Yet, I receive:
Checking for prerequisites...
By the way, regarding the PATH. I set it in profile. A re-login confirmed that it's a persistent setting.
I read through the install script and Zimbra checks for the package by looking at the RPM database or the dpkg database. So if you built it from source you may have to forceably add it to the one of the databases.
Good point. Seems like the install script needs an update.
Now I ran across several sudo rpm packages. Each of them being older than my manually compiled and installed one, but ok. Now there seems to be a conflict between my now-installed one and the new rpm-formed sudo. I can't install using rpm now:
---> rpm -ivh sudo-1.6.8p7-3.i586.rpm
error: sudo-1.6.8p7-3.i586.rpm: V3 DSA signature: BAD, key ID 9c800aca
error: sudo-1.6.8p7-3.i586.rpm cannot be installed
---> rpm -ihv sudo-1.6.8p7-3.x86_64.rpm
error: sudo-1.6.8p7-3.x86_64.rpm cannot be installed
I very welcome your engagement. Thanks a lot...
And I honestly try to refrain from conniption, so forgive me my: Boy this stuff is complicated...
Last edited by AndreKuhn; 12-06-2006 at 11:32 AM.
Ok, it works. Many, many thanks to all of you guys!
I deleted the sudo folders generated by 'make' and re-did rpm. Every prerequisite is positively checked now.
Huge thank you and 'till next time I encounter zimbra awkwards, means in 6 hours