Central Administration of SUDO

Dan Rue drue at therub.org
Thu Feb 5 15:29:44 EST 2004

Hi Jim, 

It just means that you can use the same sudoers file across your
network.  You don't need to write a custom sudo file for each host.  As
far as administration, it's just a matter of getting said file to each
computer.  You can use a variety of tools to accomplish this (NFS,
rsync).  I have a perl script that I use to shoot it into all my


On Thu, Feb 05, 2004 at 11:07:03AM -0800, Leadbeter, Jim wrote:
> 1) Please define what a central administration file for sudo really means.
> 2) How is central administration for sudo files set up.
> Jim Leadbeter
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