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cvtsudoers — convert between sudoers file formats
cvtsudoers [-ehMpV] [-b dn] [-c conf_file] [-d deftypes] [-f output_format] [-i input_format] [-I increment] [-m filter] [-o output_file] [-O start_point] [-P padding] [-s sections] [input_file]
/etc/cvtsudoers.conf default configuration for cvtsudoers
Convert /etc/sudoers to LDIF (LDAP Data Interchange Format) where the ldap.conf file uses a sudoers_base of my-domain,dc=com, storing the result in sudoers.ldif: $ cvtsudoers -b ou=SUDOers,dc=my-domain,dc=com -o sudoers.ldif \ /etc/sudoers Convert /etc/sudoers to JSON format, storing the result in sudoers.json: $ cvtsudoers -f json -o sudoers.json /etc/sudoers Parse /etc/sudoers and display only rules that match user ambrose on host hastur: $ cvtsudoers -f sudoers -m user=ambrose,host=hastur /etc/sudoers Same as above, but expand aliases and prune out any non-matching users and hosts from the expanded entries. $ cvtsudoers -ep -f sudoers -m user=ambrose,host=hastur /etc/sudoers Convert sudoers.ldif from LDIF to traditional sudoers format: $ cvtsudoers -i ldif -f sudoers -o sudoers.new sudoers.ldif
sudoers(5), sudoers.ldap(5), sudo(8)
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