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comment Postfix/Sendmail not working with sudo
Yep, that worked, though I'd like to know why mailerflags doesn't default to '-t' like, according to the manpage, it should.
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comment Postfix/Sendmail not working with sudo
Ah, right. Just did now, the message Nov 27 15:29:30 localhost postfix/sendmail[1736]: fatal: Recipient addresses must be specified on the command line or via the -t option shows up at the same time that sudo was called. I'd assume this means I have to specify '-t' in the 'mailerflags' sudoers default, but the manpage (of sudoers) says that '-t' is the default. I'll try anyways, though.
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revised Can I have sudoedit check `$EDITOR` like visudo does?
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comment What is Arch Linux's default terminal?
Alright, I feel like a complete moron--the $TERM on my arch linux computer is 'linux'; however, I've been accessing the computer via ssh (the keyboard is busted, I just used my desktop keyboard, which happens to be a USB keyboard, to do). I had no idea that ssh would use a diff terminal than the one the computer was using, though it seems pretty obvious now. Sorry for that.
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comment What is Arch Linux's default terminal?
In /etc/inittab, all of the agetty lines (tty1 through tty6) have 'linux'. None of the other files you mentioned have anything that looks like it could affect $TERM, however, /etc/profile.d does contain two files 'xorg.sh' and 'xorg.csh' (but they contain nothing that looks like it could be affecting $TERM.
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comment Can I have sudoedit check `$EDITOR` like visudo does?
Yea, I figured that out now, my real question is: visudo, when determining which editor to use, only considers $EDITOR if it is in the list defined by Defaults editor=[...]. How can I make sudoedit mirror this behavior?
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comment Can I have sudoedit check `$EDITOR` like visudo does?
Ah. A quick check confirms that if I run something with 'sudo' EDITOR isn't used, while if I run something without, (i.e., I'm root and don't need sudo), EDITOR is preserved. Thanks for that.
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