chown for particular directory
koinonia98 at hotmail.com
Mon Jul 23 12:17:47 EDT 2001
Sorry, I left out some information.
I am running sudo 1.5.9p4 in Solaris 8.
I have already include the following in my sudoers file:
Cmnd_Alias CHOWNBKUP=/usr/bin/chown /backup/
However, it appears not to restrict the operator from changing ownership
outside the /backup directory.
Is the syntax wrong?
>From: "Dan Lee" <koinonia98 at hotmail.com>
>To: sudo-users at courtesan.com
>Subject: chown for particular directory
>Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2001 12:03:04 -0400
>Does anyone know if there is a way to give a non-privileged user the right
>to change ownership of files for a particular directory only? Let say that
>I allocated the directory "/backup" for this purpose. I want the
>the rights to restore files on this directory and then change the ownership
>of the restored files to the appropriate end user. I hope that there is a
>syntax for this in sudoers.
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