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Versions

  • 9999
  • r11370.d568dc923c7d
  • 1.9.0 (22)
  • 1.8.31p1 (9)
  • 1.8.31_p1 (3)
  • 1.8.31.p1
  • 1.8.31 (13)
  • 1.8.30 (2)
  • 1.8.29 Potentially vulnerable (2)
  • 1.8.28.1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.28p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.28_p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.28 Potentially vulnerable (5)
  • 1.8.27 Potentially vulnerable (10)
  • 1.8.26 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.25p1 Potentially vulnerable (2)
  • 1.8.25_p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.25 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.24 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.23 Potentially vulnerable (7)
  • 1.8.22 Potentially vulnerable (4)
  • 1.8.21p2 Potentially vulnerable (4)
  • 1.8.21p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.21 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.20p2 Potentially vulnerable (6)
  • 1.8.20p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.20 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.19p2 Potentially vulnerable (5)
  • 1.8.19p1 Potentially vulnerable (2)
  • 1.8.19 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.18p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.18 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.17p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.17 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.16 Potentially vulnerable (3)
  • 1.8.15 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.14p3 Potentially vulnerable (2)
  • 1.8.14p2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.14p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.14 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.13 Potentially vulnerable (2)
  • 1.8.12 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.11p2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.11p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.11 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.10p3 Potentially vulnerable (2)
  • 1.8.10p2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.10p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.10 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.9p5 Potentially vulnerable (2)
  • 1.8.9p4 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.9p3 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.9p2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.9p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.9 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.8 Potentially vulnerable (2)
  • 1.8.7 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.6p8 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.6p7 Potentially vulnerable (2)
  • 1.8.6p6 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.6p5 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.6p4 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.6p3 Potentially vulnerable (3)
  • 1.8.6p2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.6p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.6 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.5p3 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.5p2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.5p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.4p5 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.4p4 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.4p2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.4p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.3p2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.3p1 Potentially vulnerable (2)
  • 1.8.3 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.1p2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.1p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.8.0 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.10p9 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.10p8 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.10p7 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.10p6 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.10p5 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.10p4 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.10p3 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.10p2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.10p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.10 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.9p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.9 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.8p2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.8p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.8 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.7 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.6p2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.6p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.6 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.5 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.4p6 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.4p5 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.4p4 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.4p2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.4 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.3 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.2p8 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.2p7 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.2p5 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.2p4 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.2p3 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.2p2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.2p1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.1 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.0 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.0rc5 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7.0rc2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.7b4 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.6.9p23 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.6.9p20 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.6.9p18 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.6.9p17 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.6.9p16 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.6.9p15 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.6.9p14 Potentially vulnerable
  • 1.1.2 Potentially vulnerable
  • 0.2020.01.26 Potentially vulnerable

Package names

  • Sudo (2)
  • app-admin/sudo (2)
  • security/sudo (3)
  • sudo (39)
  • sudo-dbg
  • sudo-dbginfo
  • sudo-dev (3)
  • sudo-devel
  • sudo-doc (2)
  • sudo-hg
  • sudo-lang
  • sudo-pam
  • sudo-pam-dev

Repositories

Categories

  • Applications/System (2)
  • Applications/System Utilities
  • ShellUtils
  • System/Base (6)
  • Unspecified (2)
  • admin (4)
  • app-admin (2)
  • app:console
  • debug
  • development
  • extra/shell
  • misc
  • programming.devel
  • security (5)
  • system.base
  • sysutils

Licenses

  • BSD (3)
  • BSD License (revised)
  • GPLv2+ (3)
  • ISC (9)
  • ISC AND MIT AND BSD-3-Clause AND BSD-2-Clause AND Zlib
  • ISC license
  • MIT
  • Sudo
  • custom (2)
  • custom ISC
  • https://www.sudo.ws/sudo/license.html

Summaries

  • A command to run commands as root
  • A system to execute programs as superuser
  • Allow others to run commands as root (3)
  • Allow users to run programs as other users, e.g. root
  • Allows command execution as another user
  • Allows command execution as root for specified users (4)
  • Allows command execution as root for specified users.
  • Allows restricted root access for specified users (4)
  • Allows users or groups to run commands as other users
  • Debug symbols for sudo
  • Development files for sudo
  • Execute a command as another user
  • Execute a command as another user (development files)
  • Execute some commands as root
  • Flexible Switch User Command
  • Give certain users the ability to run some commands as root (6)
  • Give certain users the ability to run some commands as root (debug symbols)
  • Give certain users the ability to run some commands as root (development files) (2)
  • Give certain users the ability to run some commands as root (documentation) (2)
  • Languages for package sudo
  • Provides limited super user priviledges to specific users
  • Run commands as a privileged user
  • Run commands as root
  • Run commands as root or another user
  • Sudo (superuser do)
  • Sudo is used to elevate to administrator from the command line.
  • command on Unix systems to temporarily assume root privileges
  • execute a command as another user
  • sudo - tool to allow certain tasks to be run as root by ordinary users

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