Greetings from the great beyond...
Bryan L. Nylander
bryan_nylander at ibs.uscs.com
Tue Mar 14 11:49:09 EST 2000
Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Bryan Nylander. I go by the
Internet Nick Blkwolf.
The reason for writing you.
I am looking at using SUDO within our company. I have used sudo for
several years now but nothing at a industry level. There are some
answers I have been looking for (unsuccessfully up to this point)
I am interested if any of you know where I could find some of these
answers at (if this is not the right place)
1> /etc/sudoers distribution over several Unix systems.
I am looking at providing a way for our SysAdmins to
manage a centralized /etc/sudoers file. We are
looking at having 1 common sudoers file that all
systems will have locally. The problem starts when
we change the master copy of the sudoers file, how
do we go about getting that copy across multiple
system (namely 120 unix boxes)
Has rdist or NIS been used for this by any other
2> using wild card characters within Cmnd_Alias
While building this common sudoers file, I find that
there are several ways to spawn a shell. Some of
those include running the sgi's winterm or aix's
xterm. For things such as csh and sh, they can be
located in different areas on different systems and
different systems types. I am trying to find a way
to successfully provide a command while using a wild
card for the directory path.
I want to be able to exclude all commands regardless
of file system location whose name is xterm (for
The following like does not work:
Sudo translates that as any command that is under a
single directory from root.
If this is not the right place for these questions just let me know.
Thank you all for your time,
Bryan L. Nylander
Output Technology Solutions
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