Folder permissions question
soapdog at mac.com
Mon Sep 18 10:26:05 EDT 2006
I heard that Mac OS X 10.5 will come with a super secret inovation
called "sudon't" which is an acronym for Super User Don't Do... it
will use the new time travel thing to don't do stupid things as the
super user. I heard this will be backported to FreeBSD and then to
Linux where it will finally enable Linux to reach the desktop. <g>
PS: ... I am awake for 2 days...
On Sep 18, 2006, at 8:50 AM, Alex Tweedly wrote:
>>> Silly question... what is "sudo"?
>> No--good question. 'sudo' is a cool innovation in Darwin, the
>> modified BSD unix system that is the basic of Mac OS X. Apple (I
>> think) added it to ....
> The rest of your answer is a good description of what sudo does -
> but giving Apple any of the credit for it is bit off the mark. sudo
> was created way back in BSD 4.1 days (sometime in the early '80s -
> a bit before Darwin :-)
> Your curmudgeonly historian,
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