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Old 22nd October 2008
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Default Installing sudo

At work i often need to change IP of my laptop which is running BSD. So I thought it would be a great idea to install sudo and give users permission to certain commands.

While installing sudo gives me 3 options
1. With LDAP support
2. With all insults
3. Set home env to target users in shell mode

Can someone tell me which options should I select. I know sudo is going to work without all these options but if any of these options are going to provide me something extra then I would love to have them.
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