[sudo-users] rule to allow execute with root privilege for binaries exist anywhere below folder tree.

Michael Potter pottmi at gmail.com
Wed Nov 1 17:08:40 EST 2006

maybe this:
operator ALL=/usr/oper/bin/*/,/usr/oper/bin/*/*/,/usr/oper/bin/

down side is you will have to know how many levels.
I did not test that suggestion so I would be interested in what you end up
please post a followup if you find a solution.


On 11/1/06, dhane dhananjay <d_dhane at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I would like to create rule such that user should be able to execute any
> binary or script saved anywhere below one particular folder. Files to be
> executed may exist anywhere below parent folder tree.
> e.g.
> operator       ALL =  /usr/oper/bin/Here operator will be able to execute
> any binary exist in folder /user/oper/bin but he is not able to execute
> binary exists in subdirectories exist below /user/oper/bin.
> I would like to know the resolution for same.
> Regards,
> Dhananjay Dhane
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