# As of Debian version 1.7.2p1-1, the default /etc/sudoers file created on
# installation of the package now includes the directive:
# #includedir /etc/sudoers.d
# This will cause sudo to read and parse any files in the /etc/sudoers.d
# directory that do not end in '~' or contain a '.' character.
# Note that there must be at least one file in the sudoers.d directory (this
# one will d
The version of sudo that ships with Debian by default resets the
environment, as described by the "env_reset" flag in the sudoers file.
This implies that all environment variables are removed, except for
LOGNAME, PATH, SHELL, TERM, DISPLAY, XAUTHORITY, XAUTHORIZATION, XAPPLRESDIR,
XFILESEARCHPATH, XUSERFILESEARCHPATH, LANG, LANGUAGE, LC_*, and USER.
In case you want sudo to preserve more enviro
sudo (1.8.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
The sudo package is no longer configured using --with-secure-path.
Instead, the provided sudoers file now contains a line declaring
'Defaults secure_path=' with the same path content that was previously
hard-coded in the binary. A consequence of this change is that if you
do not have such a definition in sudoers, the PATH searched for commands