Excluding commands

Richard C. Dempsey dempsey at kodak.com
Mon Sep 25 15:54:24 EDT 2000

Sometimes the command is available in more than one directory.
For example, ls can be had both from /usr/bin/ls and from /bin/ls.
Try using the find command to see where else the command is located.
It'd be quicker just to review the user's PATH.


At 02:37 PM 9/25/00 -0400, del.fanty at sungard.com wrote:
>I was trying to exclude certain commands from being executed by a particular
>user by using the !.  I defined the Cmnd_Alias and the user in the User
>priviledge section of the sudoers file, but the user can still execute the
>command.  I'm I doing this wrong?  Thank you.
>Cmnd_Alias     XX = /usr/bin
>user123             ALL = ALL, !XX
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