[sudo-users] iolog_dir

Tony Fondo tony_fondo at nwrdc.fsu.edu
Fri Jun 15 10:12:28 EDT 2012

I think for the literal you need a ' , as in {'hostname'}

Thank You,

Tony V. Fondo
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[mailto:sudo-users-bounces at courtesan.com] On Behalf Of Albee, Leo
Sent: Friday, June 15, 2012 9:40 AM
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Subject: [sudo-users] iolog_dir


When I define the above default directive in my sudoers it does almost
exactly what I want it to do, which is create 1 top level directory per
user. It also seems to create a directory with the escape sequences (see
below), Is this normal ? I would prefer it not do this.

drwx------    2 root     staff           256   Jun 15 09:16
drwx------    5 root     staff           256   Jun 15 09:20 .
drwxr-xr-x    7 bin      bin            4096 Jun 14 11:14 ..
drwx------    3 root     staff           256   Jun 15 09:16
drwx------    3 root     users         256   Jun 15 09:20
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