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since 14.09.2006


The KSudo main window
It show the current sudoers file


The wizard's first step for adding a new permission
Here you have to select the user for which the permission should be valid


The wizard's second step for adding a new permission
Now you have to select as which other user he should be able to run commands


The wizard's third step for adding a new permission
In this step the host at which the user is allowed to use sudo is set


The wizard's fourth and last step for adding a new permission
At last you have to set which commands the user should be able to run


This is the "manage aliases" dialog
Here you can add and/or edit aliases
To use aliases (groups) it's much easier to give a lagre amount of users
the same permissions