john ctr kelly
john.ctr.kelly at faa.gov
Thu Jan 24 10:57:47 EST 2002
Thanks for your suggestion. Still somewhat confused as to how to set
up the access to allow this user access to everything.
would something like this
Cmnd_Alias TESTING = /*
be the best or is there another better way?
----- Original Message -----
From: <steve.bernier at desjardins.com>
To: "John CTR Kelly" <John_CTR_Kelly_at_AWAATO200-OPSNET2 at faa.gov>
Cc: <sudo-users at courtesan.com>
Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2002 4:46 AM
You can add the "logfile" for this user:
I prefer to have long line (no line wrap):
Change "your_user_id" with the user id of the developper, and the sudo.log
can be anywhere.
In fact in our configuration, we log everything, from every user:
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"john ctr kelly" <john.ctr.kelly at faa.gov>@sudo.ws on 2002-01-24 09:38:43
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Objet : how to determine a proper sudo file contents
Is there a way to allow a user to execute anything and then record what he
is doing so one can set up a proper sudo file.
The developer is taking on a new task and is not sure what he needs access
to. Since he needs to move rapidly, we dont want to tie his hands by having
him have problems then make a change, test.
Thanks in advance,
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