[sudo-users] Odd behaviour with filename wildcards
cbyhyh at yahoo.com
Mon Nov 29 06:50:41 EST 2004
--- "Todd C. Miller" <Todd.Miller at courtesan.com>
> However, if all you want to do is to allow a user
> access to any
> program in the directory /my/path, you should use
> "/my/path/" in
> sudoers instead of "/my/path/*". Sudo has builtin
> support for
> allowing all commands in a directory without the
> need for wildcards.
Thanks. That works fine.
On a related note, is there any likelyhood of full
regular expressions being supported for restricting
the use of command line options? The current '*' gives
some degree of control but can make it difficult if
you need to restrict very specific combinations of
command line options and arguments.
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