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Sun Oct 19 11:59:10 UTC 2008
> Have you seen me on here blast someone for
> presenting a question incorrectly or not up to some standard? I can guarantee
> not since I generally just delete those. I may get down on someone when they
I have never intended my comments to be directed at you personally.
There has been only one person on this list that I have found really
bothersome and he like to swear in public with people he does not even
know and call names.
> Steve C. Lamb | But who can decide what they dream
Is sudoer a language? From it's own help file.
"The sudoers grammar will be described below in Extended Backus-Naur
Form (EBNF). Don't despair if you don't know what EBNF is; it is
fairly simple, and the definitions below are annotated.
Quick guide to EBNF
EBNF is a concise and exact way of describing the grammar of a
language. Each EBNF definition is made up of production rules. E.g.,
> I got about 8m into explaining what I found after a minute or two then it
> dawned on me. Ya can't do that. You're asking sudo to restrict access based
> on the machine whence the user came. As far as I know this is of no relevance
> to sudo. It cares what you can do on the machine you're presently on
> regardless of how you got there. There's no mention of "incoming" or
> "connection" in sudoer's man page at all.
What is an, "m"?
Host ::= '!'* hostname |
'!'* ip_addr |
'!'* network(/netmask)? |
'!'* '+'netgroup |
You can filter on host, does SSH not show up as a different host? Also
you can filter based on terminal. Also this:
If set, sudo will only run when the user is logged in to a real
tty. This will disallow things like "rsh somehost sudo ls" since
rsh(1) does not allocate a tty. Because it is not possible to turn off
echo when there is no tty present, some sites may wish to set this
flag to prevent a user from entering a visible password. This flag is
off by default."
All this might do it, but I am not sure how.
Douglas E Knapp
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