|Dan Crosta on 1 May 2006 02:47:38 -0000|
Stephen Gran wrote:
Don't these two lines cancel each other, leaving you at the default of not keeping it?
There are at least 3 lists of things that effect how sudo mangles the environment: env_keep, env_check and env_delete. In theory,
- anything in env_keep should be kept - anything in env_delete should be deleted - anything in env_check is checked to make sure it's not a shell function
env_delete has a default setting to remove all LD_ variables (written as LD_*), so i'm trying to remove that from env_delete, and also trying to remove LD_PRELOAD explicitly from env_delete in case it is in there. then i add LD_PRELOAD to env_keep as extra assurance... except it doesn't work. I've tried many variations and permutations, all without any luck so far.
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