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In the context of restoring a drive from a backup, i copied /etc/sudoers from my backup. Now it does not work due to the permissions not being correct (even though it was copied via sudo cp -rp)

Update:10-11Source: network consolidation
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In the context of restoring a drive from a backup, i copied /etc/sudoers from my backup. Now it does not work due to the permissions not being correct (even though it was copied via sudo cp -rp)

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