default overrides not taking effect...
Todd C. Miller
Todd.Miller at courtesan.com
Tue Nov 27 19:49:33 EST 2001
In message <PKEAJJPELHLJLNBPCEADEELNCCAA.ian.perez-ponce at novuscg.com>
so spake "Ian Perez-Ponce" (ian.perez-ponce):
> I'm running Sudo v1.6.3 on Solaris 8 and for some reason cannot get the
> default override lines in sudoers to take place. Below is a sample line I've
> included for one User_Alias PS_TEAM:
> Defaults:PS_TEAM insults, mail_no_perms, !root_sudo, requiretty,
> verifypw=always, \
> listpw=always, timestamp_timeout=3,
> None of the options seem to be working. Of particular concern are password
> and timestamp setting which don't seem to be enforced even with the default
> 5 minute settings.
The parse evaluates things in a single pass, in the order that it
sees things. I bet PS_TEAM is defined after the 'Defaults:PS_TEAM'
line. If you define PS_TEAM before it I bet it will work.
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