pottmi at gmail.com
Sun Feb 18 19:14:01 EST 2007
Apparently the lack of a response means that no one has done it successfully.
Has anyone used:
Based on their documentation they are intended to log the root user's commands.
Typical wrapper scripts do more than just wrap the command: they will
help the user run the command is a safe fashion. They may also run
several commands thereby reducing the total number of keystrokes.
On 2/17/07, Micha <codejodler at gmx.ch> wrote:
> Uhm. What about the question ?
> I'd be interested in that too.
> A wrapper script is ok, but i'd like to avoid
> an admin to type a single char more than necessary.
> Instead, she shouldn't even notice every command is
> authenticating, and possibly running via sudo.
> Or maybe SELinux is the way to go, then.
> (And does anybody know how Mac OSX solved it?)
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