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Safeguard for Sudo 2.0 - Administrators Guide

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printvars

Syntax
printvars( );
Description

The printvars procedure prints all Privilege Manager variables to the user’s screen. It is useful for debugging configuration file policies.

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fprintf

print

printf

printnnl

readdir

Syntax
string readdir ( string path [, string filter] )
Description

readdir reads the contents of the directory identified by path, and returns the list of files as a string. If you supply a filter, it applies a glob-style filter and only returns those files that match the filter in the string. If you do not supply a fully qualified path, it assumes the path is relative to the path identified by the policyDir setting in the pm.settings file.

Example
#find all *.profile files in the profiles directory and include any found 
incfiles=readdir("profiles", "*.profile"); 
incfile_list=split(incfiles); 
for onefile in incfile_list { 
   include onefile; 
} 
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keepenv

setenv

unsetenv

readfile

Syntax
string readfile ( string filename )
Description

The readfile function reads the contents of the specified file and returns the contents as a single string. Note that any new lines in the file will be present in the string returned by readfile. If the file does not exist, it rejects the session and produces a syntax error.

Example
#print a welcome msg from a file in /etc/ 
x=readfile("/etc/custom_welcome.txt"); 
print (x); 
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input

sprintf

Syntax
string sprintf ( string format [, expression expr, ...])
Description

The sprintf function returns a formatted string.

NOTE: For more information about formatting parameters, see the printf(3) man page.

Example
printf("User= %-8.8s Application: %s\n", user, app);

Prints the same as:

a=sprintf("User= %-8.8s Application: %s", user, app); 
print(a); 
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