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I made changes with sudo visudo on Ubuntu 10.04. I get error in shell:

sudo: unknown defaults entry `env_resets'

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Try selecting the "Root Shell" item in the main menu -- AFAIK it is not dependent from sudo -- and edit /etc/sudoers with nano or your other favourite editor. The env_resets token should have been typed env_reset.

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$ sudo nano /etc/sudoers Thank you very much! – Yosef Jun 7 '10 at 15:18
    
Hmm, when I broke sudo as an experiment, it did not allowed to launch anything... – whitequark Jun 7 '10 at 15:22

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