Run with -on-error=ask go into the machine and troubleshoot.

On Feb 9, 2018 21:23, "Kevin Milner" <brother.malth...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello, I'm trying to add a file to /etc/sudoers.d/ in order to allow one
> specific user (named 'config') to run one specific program without entering
> a sudo password.
> First of all, here is my privilege file,  'files/hydra-common/sudoers/
> config_user'
>
> # add config script to sudoers so the user only needs to enter the
> password on login
> config ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:/home/config/config_startup.sh
>
> I upload the file in my template:
>
>
> {
>     "type": "file",
>     "source": "files/common/",
>     "destination": "/tmp/hydra-common"
> },
>
> then later, in a script, I call:
> echo "Moving Sudoers files"
> chown -R 0 /tmp/hydra-common/sudoers/*
> chmod 440 /tmp/hydra-common/sudoers/*
> mv /tmp/hydra-common/sudoers/* /etc/sudoers.d/
>
> I don't get any errors at this point, but then in the next provision shell
> step, I get the following error
>     vsphere: >>> /etc/sudoers.d/config_users: syntax error near line 2 <<<
>     vsphere: sudo: parse error in  near line 2
>     vsphere: sudo: no valid sudoers sources found, quitting
>
>
> No, if I comment out the effective line in the privilege file, I obviously
> don't get the error, but just as obvious is that I don't get the sudo
> permission for config. if I use visudo to edit the file (from root), and
> uncomment the line, visudo does not give me any errors, so I'm guessing the
> syntax is correct.
> I'm thinking it might be because when the script does it, its not doing it
> through visudo which is confusing linux? At any rate, does anyone have any
> idea how to fix this?
>
> I'm using Ubuntu 16.04 and Vcenter (with the vsphere plugin found here:
> https://github.com/jetbrains-infra/packer-builder-vsphere)
>
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