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Old 6th June 2008
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Default SUDO Wildcards


I have a php script that creates directories as ftp:ftp

Best thing I can think of is doing a simple php mkdir and then a sudo with chown and a specific parameters definition.

In my sudoers I have added:
www ALL= NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/chown ftp\:ftp /exports/nasbezoom/volume[a-z0-9_ -/]*
This seems to work for:
sudo /usr/sbin/chown ftp:ftp /exports/nasbezoom/volume6
but also for:
sudo /usr/sbin/chown ftp:ftp /exports/nasbezoom/volume6/../blablabla
Am I doing something wrong with my wildcards?

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