So I succesfully have locked myself out of my system, because of no root access to OSMC.
I was looking for fixing the problem “make: ldconfig: Command not found” on the internet and found that maybe adding a line to “/etc/sudoers.d/osmc-no-secure-path” would solve my problem.
After rebooting OSMC can’t boot up, just getting a sad smiley and constant trying to reload.
Is there no way to fix this?
When trying to use sudo to rewrite the file I’m getting:
/etc/sudoers.d/osmc-no-secure-path: syntax error near line 1 <<<
sudo: parse error in /etc/sudoers.d/osmc-no-secure-path near line 1
sudo: no valid sudoers sources found, quitting
sudo: unable to initialize policy plugin
Please help, I really would appreciate not having to refresh the sd-card and start on a new…
Than you successfully broke something in your system
osmc@osmc:~$ sudo ldconfig --help
Usage: ldconfig.real [OPTION…]
Configure Dynamic Linker Run Time Bindings.
-c, --format=FORMAT Format to use: new, old or compat (default)
-C CACHE Use CACHE as cache file
-f CONF Use CONF as configuration file
-i, --ignore-aux-cache Ignore auxiliary cache file
-l Manually link individual libraries.
-n Only process directories specified on the command
line. Don’t build cache.
-N Don’t build cache
-p, --print-cache Print cache
-r ROOT Change to and use ROOT as root directory
-v, --verbose Generate verbose messages
-X Don’t generate links
-?, --help Give this help list
–usage Give a short usage message
-V, --version Print program version
Mandatory or optional arguments to long options are also mandatory or optional
for any corresponding short options.