I did it... I guess everyone does it sometime, but this was my first. I executed
sudo chown -R /usr/bin and before I realized my mistake, it was too late... Now I can't access sudo because I receive the following error:
sudo: must be setuid root. I would really appreciate if I could avoid a complete reinstall of ubuntu because that would require far too much work :(
Here is the commands I've tried without success (in recovery mode):
chown root:root /usr/bin/sudo chmod 4755 /usr/bin/sudo
I've also tried
chmod 0440 /etc/sudoers all without success. Any ideas about what I can try to fix it?
NOTE: Sorry for creating another one of these threads, but since I knew the exact command I executed to blow it all up, I thought that might make a difference :)