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A valid netmask is either in dotted quad notation
(4 integers in the range 128 - 255 separated by dots)
or single integer in the range 0 - 32
Add New Host to the Alias
Add new command with optional parameters
Alias Name (in CAPITALS)
Command Names or Directories in the Alias
Hostnames or Networks in the Alias
New RunAs Alias
New Sudo Rule
User, Group or User Alias
RunAs or RunAs Alias
RunAs
Rules for sudo
Rules for sudo
Host alias %1 is being used in one of the sudo rules.
Deleting it may result in an inconsistent sudo configuration file. Really delete it?
User alias %1 is being used in one of the sudo rules.
Deleting it may result in an inconsistent sudo configuration file. Really delete it?
RunAs alias %1 is being used in one of the sudo rules.
Deleting it may result in an inconsistent sudo configuration file. Really delete it?
Command alias %1 is being used in one of the sudo rules.
Deleting it may result in an inconsistent sudo configuration file. Really delete it?
<p><b><big>Rules for sudo</big></b><br>Rules for sudo basically determine which commands a user may run on the specified hosts (optionally also as what user). Each rule is a tuple consisting of a user, a host and a list of commands, with an optional RunAs specification and additional tags. These are summarized in the following table. </p>
<p>The <b>Users</b> column specifies a local or system user or user alias. </p><p>The <b>Hosts</b> column determines on which hosts or group of hosts referred to by a host alias a user may run the specified commands. </p>
<p>The <b>RunAs</b> column is anoptional parameter containing the user name (or alias) whose access privileges will be used to run commands. <b>NOPASSWD</b> is a tag determining whether users need to authorize themselves before running commands. </p>