I've kicked myself out of the wheel group by running
usermod -G without
-a (add). Now, if I change to root by
su and do
usermod -aG wheel myuser I get no output, as expected. Likewise,
groups myuser outputs: "myuser : myuser wheel ...".
However, after relogging as myuser and just typing
groups gives me all other groups, but wheel!
- I googled a lot now and found, that wheel is the
admingroup of some systems. Which? Is fedora such a sys?
- How do I get the sudo rights back for my fedora user?
the sudoers file has (albeit others) the entries:
root ALL=(ALL) ALL and the same with
To be more precise: I found a million commands adding users to various groups etc, but none worked for me. Since i do not understand the fact, that I do
#su -c "usermod -aG wheel myuser" and logged in to my user I still get no wheel group after typing
groups, I do not know how these things work or what is going on!
grep wheel /etc/group gives