[sudo-users] question about centrally controlling multiple sudosystems

Jim Horwath jim.horwath at rcn.com
Mon Apr 4 17:59:39 EDT 2005


Keep one machine as your golden copy, make changes only there and distribute
it.  As far as I know each machine needs its own copy of /etc/sudoers.


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Sent: Monday, April 04, 2005 4:19 PM
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Subject: [sudo-users] question about centrally controlling multiple

How do you get one system configured as the central sudo machine? I know 
you'd have the sudoers config file there but how do the other machines 
point to it?
We're just starting to test sudo on an aix 5.3 system.


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