Re: intent to package OSH
Nothing? I sure thought wrote something...
But pardon me please, I'm new here. :)
Anyhow, it's a secure operator shell.. does something similar to sudo, but
interactive. Whereas sudo simply runs a command or something as root, osh
is a restricted interactive root shell, that only allows operators to
run allowed commands, and access allowed files.
It's a pretty nifty little utility, I've got it installed on most of my
machines in my shop. I just want to start to contribute something to Debian,
and I figure this is as good as any, not to mention that it's listed as
something that people have expressed interest in having available as a
Debian package, according to the WNPP page.
Preston M. Smith | Purdue Libraries
firstname.lastname@example.org | Stewart Center