[sudo-users] Offering to pay for - sudo-io syslog support

Galen Johnson Galen.Johnson at sas.com
Fri Jun 30 06:41:51 MDT 2017

Scribery sounds an awful lot like sudosh...only more complicated.  I used sudosh a while ago for auditing users usage.  However, googling around a bit, it looks like it may have been abandoned.


From: sudo-users <sudo-users-bounces at sudo.ws> on behalf of Divan Santana <divan at santanas.co.za>
Sent: Friday, June 30, 2017 2:36 AM
To: Todd C. Miller; sudo-users at sudo.ws
Subject: Re: [sudo-users] Offering to pay for - sudo-io syslog support


Todd C. Miller <Todd.Miller at courtesan.com> writes:

> On Tue, 27 Jun 2017 10:43:20 +0200, Divan Santana wrote:
>> Have you got any thoughts on this?
>> Initially you expressed interest in developing this feature which is on
>> your TODO list for remuneration.
> Yes, sorry for not chiming in earlier.  I've been rather busy lately
> but I expect to have a chunk of time I could devote to this in the
> near future.

Great. Well if you available and keen to get paid for this work, let me
know, as it's in our mutual interest - (and we require this the sooner
the better).

On a side note and for others interested, there is a similar perhaps a
lot more comprehensive and better solution in the works called scribery [1]

[1] http://scribery.github.io/

This supports syslog AFAIK and Red Hat have a RFE to include this
project into RHEL[2]

  RFE - Add tlog functionality for replaying terminal and sudo commands

As per the current status of this bugzilla, it is scheduled for RHEL-7.5
but that may get changed to some other release.

I'm not too familiar with it yet, though this may be a better solution
for those interested in this session recording functionality.
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