[sudo-users] sudo ldap specify commands per host

Michael Potter pottmi at gmail.com
Sat Dec 2 11:48:49 EST 2006


This will give you a start, but this is pretty much sudo 101, so I am
wondering if I am overlooking something in your request.  You should just
take an hour and read the sudo and sudoers man pages; you will learn a lot.

user1 hostbar1=/path/to/foo
user1 hostbar2=/path/to/foo
user1 hostbar1=/path/to/foo1
user1 hostbar2=/path/to/foo2

What is the gq interface?

Michael Potter

On 12/1/06, Han Boetes <han at mijncomputer.nl> wrote:
> Hi,
> I just installed sudo-ldap and it works ok. Now I am trying to
> figure out how I can specify commands on a host basis.
> For now all I can specify is:
>   user1 can do foo on hostbar1
>   user1 can do foo on hostbar2
> And I would like to be able to specify:
>   user1 can do foo1 on hostbar1
>   user1 can do foo2 on hostbar2
> I am using gq as my interface. How can I specify what I want?
> # Han
> --
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