sudo never asks me for a password

Kamil Kisiel kamil at
Fri Nov 23 16:09:24 PST 2007

For some reason, on this particular FreeBSD machine, sudo never asks
me for a password, even if I haven't logged in for days. I tried
running sudo -k, sudo -K before trying it. I've even tried manually
removing /var/run/sudo.

When I run sudo -l, I get:

User kamil may run the following commands on this host:
    (ALL) ALL

The contents of my /usr/local/etc/sudoers file is:
Defaults authenticate
root    ALL=(ALL) ALL
%sysops         ALL=(ALL) ALL

I've been struggling with this problem for some time but still haven't
been able to find a solution. Any ideas?


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