nathandi at access.com.au
Thu Aug 10 20:35:56 EDT 2000
I was wondering, is there are a way to log commands executed once a user
has sudo'd to a shell, root or otherwise. I was thinking of copying out
the .sh_history etc, but if sudo could do it, it would be much cleaner.
Access Systems Research
ndietsch at access.com.au
On Thu, 10 Aug 2000, Paul Lussier wrote:
> In a message dated: Thu, 10 Aug 2000 14:56:43 BST
> Charles Mayo said:
> >As root, run visudo to edit the sudoers file. Include a line such as:
> >Defaults logfile=/usr/fred/sudo.log
> How about using syslog?
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