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README

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This document is largely out of date, but left for historical interest.

Alec Thomas, 08/06/2005

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Op is a tool for allowing users to run root privileged commands
without the root password. It is described in detail in "Op: A Flexible
Tool for Restricted Superuser Access" by Tom Christiansen. From this
description Dave Koblas produced an impementation of op in C. Tom's
original paper is included in this distribution in the file
"op.paper". Differences between that design and the current
implementation are noted in the file "op.changes".

I first came into contact with op at Octel in 1992. Over the years I
added a couple of things, and ported it to architectures Octel cared
about. Those included SunOS 4.1.x, Solaris 2.2 and greater, AIX,
HP-UX 9.x, BSDI 1.1 and Linux 1.x. I added support for SecurID access
control from Security Dynamics. This particular code has only been
tested under SunOS and Solaris. I also enhanced the syslog stuff so it
would log the command parameters that op executes as well as the
command name. Support for Solaris shadow passwords was also added.

I left Octel in 1996, and payed little attention to op for over a
year. Recently, I had a need for op on Linux 2.0. I had to tweak the
shadow password implementation to get it to work. while I was at it I
cleaned up some of the logging code. It seems to work quite well on
Linux. I've tried hard not to break other platforms with my mods, so
they probably still work too. 8).I will test this code on any platform
I need to use it on. If you have ported or built this code on other
platforms, I'd like to hear from you. You can reach me via email at
hbo@egbok.com. I'll try to help out with bugs time permitting.


**** Disclaimer ****

This code has been extensively tested only on the Sun
architectures. We have noticed no egregious bugs on those platforms,
but that's no guarantee such bugs don't exist. That goes double for
the non-Sun architectures where testing has involved building,
installing and running "op sh" once or twice.

To build op, edit defs.h to point OP_ACCESS at the full pathname of
your op.access file. You can study the sample file included with the
distribution to get an idea of its semantics. Next, edit the Makefile
and remove comments from  the lines appropriate to your
architecture. 

If you have shadow passwords, define the USE_SHADOW symbol to build in
Solaris style shadow support. This also works on Linux 2.0.30. Shadow
passwords on other architectures have not been tested and are not
supported. If you successfully port op to another platform's shadow
password implementation, send me the diffs, and I'll try to roll them
into the main distribution.

 If you have the Security Dynamics ACE server software,
uncomment the lines pertaining to SECURID. Define SECURIDLIBDIR and
SECURIDINC to point at where the  sdiclient library, and the ACE
header files live respectively. The keyword "securid" in op.access
will enable the client code. Each host that runs op in this mode must
be configured as a client in the ACE server's database.

After that, a simple make in the source directory should build op. To
test op, the executable must be setuid root, and the op.access file
must reside at the place OP_ACCESS points to.

I'm grateful to Tom Christiansen and Dave Koblas for the original
design and implementation of op. I'm also grateful to all those folks
who, like Tom and Dave, have made my life easier by giving away
marvelous, useful source code. I'm happy to give a little bit back, at
long last.

/* +-------------------------------------------------------------------+ */
/* | Copyright 1991, David Koblas.                                     | */
/* |   Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software   | */
/* |   and its documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby | */
/* |   granted, provided that the above copyright notice appear in all | */
/* |   copies and that both that copyright notice and this permission  | */
/* |   notice appear in supporting documentation.  This software is    | */
/* |   provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.           | */
/* +-------------------------------------------------------------------+ */

	Ditto for my contributions which are Copyright (C) 1995, 1997 by
	Howard Owen. (hbo@egbok.com)

	And again for contributions by me, Alec Thomas (alec@swapoff.org),
	Copyright (C) 2002-2005.