sudo and multiple machines
martin.marcher at openforce.com
Thu Dec 21 09:36:15 UTC 2006
quoting from the manpage of sudoers
A Host_List is made up of one or more hostnames, IP
numbers, netgroups (prefixed with '+') and other aliases.
value of an item may be negated with the '!' operator. If
you do not
specify a netmask with a network number, the netmask of the
ernet interface(s) will be used when matching. The netmask
specified either in dotted quad notation (e.g.
255.255.255.0) or CIDR
notation (number of bits, e.g. 24). A hostname may include
wildcards (see the Wildcards section below), but unless the
command on your machine returns the fully qualified hostname,
need to use the fqdn option for wildcards to be useful.
Thats all nice and fine but how would I make a generally available
(single) sudoers file that is asked what commands a user can run?
I know how to define the syntax for it (examples in the manpage are
quite detailed) but: If i have 2 machines both standard install how
would i configure them to use the same sudoers file?
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