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Old 03-21-2014
Error Sudo log


i have installed sudo now want to create sudo log file to capture every sudo event like "if any user does sudo and then runs a command line, this all must be captured who did what" kindly assist
plantform:- linux RHEL, soalris 10
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Old 03-21-2014
The sudo log file already captures that information.

I've never heard of "soalris", though.
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