I am using SLES9 but I assume that this is not very different in newer versions.
I know that every time someone uses SUDO this is logged inside /var/log/messages.
I don’t want any other user to be able to use SUDO but to be able to execute different commands which would require SUDO like e.g. "/sbin/yast2 users " for an administrative account.
I set all the required parameters inside the sudoer file and it works fine but unfortunatly now those events are not logged anymore.
Is it somehow possible to still log commands which can only be executed because of the sudoer file?
Thanks in advance!
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