sudo temp permission not being revoked.
I am using Ubuntu 10.04-alternate
After getting my updates which i get as soon as they are released.
I am getting the issue temp root (sudo) password is not being revoked.
After using any app that requires the use of sudo the permission for it does not get removed like it normally does.
I have tried logging out then back in, which usually removes the permission, this no longer works, also tried waiting and even after 1 hour permission still there.
The only work around I have found is to use the terminal to execute the required programs then after closing terminal the temp permission is now removed like it should be.
This issue has effected all of my systems and a friend of mine as well, (friend uses same distro).
To replicate issue:
1) Boot system.
3) Check for updates or any other app that uses root permission.
6) Repeat step 3
7) App will not ask for permission it will use root permission automatically.
I hope this is enough information as I have not had to post many issues.
I posted this in ubuntu forum as well.
Any help with this will be greatly appreciated, thank you in advance.
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