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diff -up sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/Makefile.in.sudoconfman sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/Makefile.in
--- sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/Makefile.in.sudoconfman	2013-07-30 13:57:00.000004193 +0200
+++ sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/Makefile.in	2013-07-30 13:58:25.732323525 +0200
@@ -64,12 +64,13 @@ DEVEL = @DEVEL@
 
 SHELL = @SHELL@
 
-DOCS =	sudo.$(mantype) visudo.$(mantype) sudoers.$(mantype) \
-	sudoers.ldap.$(mantype) sudoers.$(mantype) \
+DOCS =	sudo.$(mantype) visudo.$(mantype) sudo.conf.$(mantype) \
+	sudoers.$(mantype) sudoers.ldap.$(mantype) sudoers.$(mantype) \
 	sudoreplay.$(mantype) sudo_plugin.$(mantype)
 
 DEVDOCS = $(srcdir)/sudo.man.in $(srcdir)/sudo.cat \
 	  $(srcdir)/visudo.man.in $(srcdir)/visudo.cat \
+	  $(srcdir)/sudo.conf.man.in $(srcdir)/sudo.conf.cat \
 	  $(srcdir)/sudoers.man.in $(srcdir)/sudoers.cat \
 	  $(srcdir)/sudoers.ldap.man.in $(srcdir)/sudoers.ldap.cat \
 	  $(srcdir)/sudoers.man.in $(srcdir)/sudoers.cat \
@@ -158,6 +159,34 @@ $(srcdir)/visudo.cat: varsub $(srcdir)/v
 
 visudo.cat: $(srcdir)/visudo.cat
 
+$(srcdir)/sudo.conf.man.in: $(srcdir)/sudo.conf.mdoc.in
+	@if [ -n "$(DEVEL)" ]; then \
+	    echo "Generating $@"; \
+	    mansectsu=`echo @MANSECTSU@|$(TR) A-Z a-z`; \
+	    mansectform=`echo @MANSECTFORM@|$(TR) A-Z a-z`; \
+	    printf '.\\" DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE, IT IS NOT THE MASTER!\n' > $@; \
+	    printf '.\\" IT IS GENERATED AUTOMATICALLY FROM sudo.conf.mdoc.in\n' >> $@; \
+	    $(SED) -n -e '/^.Dd/q' -e '/^\.\\/p' $(srcdir)/sudo.conf.mdoc.in >> $@; \
+	    $(SED) -e "s/$$mansectsu/8/g" -e "s/$$mansectform/5/g" $(srcdir)/sudo.conf.mdoc.in | $(MANDOC) -Tman | $(SED) -e 's/^\(\.TH "VISUDO" \)"8"\(.*"\)OpenBSD \(.*\)/\1"'$$mansectsu'"\2\3/' -e "s/(5)/($$mansectform)/g" -e "s/(8)/($$mansectsu)/g" >> $@; \
+	fi
+
+sudo.conf.man.sed: $(srcdir)/fixman.sh
+	$(SHELL) $(srcdir)/fixman.sh $@
+
+sudo.conf.man: $(srcdir)/sudo.conf.man.in sudo.conf.man.sed
+	(cd $(top_builddir) && $(SHELL) config.status --file=-) < $(srcdir)/$@.in | $(SED) -f $@.sed > $@
+
+sudo.conf.mdoc: $(srcdir)/sudo.conf.mdoc.in
+	(cd $(top_builddir) && $(SHELL) config.status --file=doc/$@)
+
+$(srcdir)/sudo.conf.cat: varsub $(srcdir)/sudo.conf.mdoc.in
+	@if [ -n "$(DEVEL)" ]; then \
+	    echo "Generating $@"; \
+	    $(SED) -f varsub $(srcdir)/sudo.conf.mdoc.in | $(MANDOC) -mdoc | $(SED) -e 's/ OpenBSD \([^ ].*  \)/     \1    /' -e 's/(5)/(4)/g' -e 's/(8)/(1m)/g' > $@; \
+	fi
+
+sudo.conf.cat: $(srcdir)/sudo.conf.cat
+
 $(srcdir)/sudoers.man.in: $(srcdir)/sudoers.mdoc.in
 	@if [ -n "$(DEVEL)" ]; then \
 	    echo "Generating $@"; \
@@ -292,10 +321,11 @@ install-doc: install-dirs
 	$(INSTALL) -O $(install_uid) -G $(install_gid) -m 0644 @mansrcdir@/sudo_plugin.$(mantype) $(DESTDIR)$(mandirsu)/sudo_plugin.$(mansectsu)
 	$(INSTALL) -O $(install_uid) -G $(install_gid) -m 0644 @mansrcdir@/sudoreplay.$(mantype) $(DESTDIR)$(mandirsu)/sudoreplay.$(mansectsu)
 	$(INSTALL) -O $(install_uid) -G $(install_gid) -m 0644 @mansrcdir@/visudo.$(mantype) $(DESTDIR)$(mandirsu)/visudo.$(mansectsu)
+	$(INSTALL) -O $(install_uid) -G $(install_gid) -m 0644 @mansrcdir@/sudo.conf.$(mantype) $(DESTDIR)$(mandirform)/sudo.conf.$(mansectform)
 	$(INSTALL) -O $(install_uid) -G $(install_gid) -m 0644 @mansrcdir@/sudoers.$(mantype) $(DESTDIR)$(mandirform)/sudoers.$(mansectform)
 	@LDAP@$(INSTALL) -O $(install_uid) -G $(install_gid) -m 0644 @mansrcdir@/sudoers.ldap.$(mantype) $(DESTDIR)$(mandirform)/sudoers.ldap.$(mansectform)
 	@if test -n "$(MANCOMPRESS)"; then \
-	    for f in $(mandirsu)/sudo.$(mansectsu) $(mandirsu)/sudo_plugin.$(mansectsu) $(mandirsu)/sudoreplay.$(mansectsu) $(mandirsu)/visudo.$(mansectsu) $(mandirform)/sudoers.$(mansectform) $(mandirform)/sudoers.ldap.$(mansectform); do \
+	    for f in $(mandirsu)/sudo.$(mansectsu) $(mandirsu)/sudo_plugin.$(mansectsu) $(mandirsu)/sudoreplay.$(mansectsu) $(mandirsu)/visudo.$(mansectsu) $(mandirform)/sudo.conf.$(mansectform) $(mandirform)/sudoers.$(mansectform) $(mandirform)/sudoers.ldap.$(mansectform); do \
 		if test -f $(DESTDIR)$$f; then \
 		    echo $(MANCOMPRESS) -f $(DESTDIR)$$f; \
 		    $(MANCOMPRESS) -f $(DESTDIR)$$f; \
@@ -319,6 +349,7 @@ uninstall:
 		$(DESTDIR)$(mandirsu)/sudo_plugin.$(mansectsu) \
 		$(DESTDIR)$(mandirsu)/sudoreplay.$(mansectsu) \
 		$(DESTDIR)$(mandirsu)/visudo.$(mansectsu) \
+		$(DESTDIR)$(mandirform)/sudo.conf.$(mansectform) \
 		$(DESTDIR)$(mandirform)/sudoers.$(mansectform) \
 		$(DESTDIR)$(mandirform)/sudoers.ldap.$(mansectform)
 
diff -up sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/sudo.conf.cat.sudoconfman sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/sudo.conf.cat
--- sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/sudo.conf.cat.sudoconfman	2013-07-30 13:58:15.401285217 +0200
+++ sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/sudo.conf.cat	2013-07-30 13:58:25.733323538 +0200
@@ -0,0 +1,263 @@
+SUDO(4)                       Programmer's Manual                      SUDO(4)
+
+NNAAMMEE
+     ssuuddoo..ccoonnff - configuration for sudo front end
+
+DDEESSCCRRIIPPTTIIOONN
+     The ssuuddoo..ccoonnff file is used to configure the ssuuddoo front end.  It specifies
+     the security policy and I/O logging plugins, debug flags as well as
+     plugin-agnostic path names and settings.
+
+     The ssuuddoo..ccoonnff file supports the following directives, described in detail
+     below.
+
+     Plugin    a security policy or I/O logging plugin
+
+     Path      a plugin-agnostic path
+
+     Set       a front end setting, such as _d_i_s_a_b_l_e___c_o_r_e_d_u_m_p or _g_r_o_u_p___s_o_u_r_c_e
+
+     Debug     debug flags to aid in debugging ssuuddoo, ssuuddoorreeppllaayy, vviissuuddoo, and
+               the ssuuddooeerrss plugin.
+
+     The pound sign (`#') is used to indicate a comment.  Both the comment
+     character and any text after it, up to the end of the line, are ignored.
+
+     Non-comment lines that don't begin with Plugin, Path, Debug, or Set are
+     silently ignored.
+
+     The ssuuddoo..ccoonnff file is always parsed in the ``C'' locale.
+
+   PPlluuggiinn ccoonnffiigguurraattiioonn
+     ssuuddoo supports a plugin architecture for security policies and
+     input/output logging.  Third parties can develop and distribute their own
+     policy and I/O logging plugins to work seamlessly with the ssuuddoo front
+     end.  Plugins are dynamically loaded based on the contents of ssuuddoo..ccoonnff.
+
+     A Plugin line consists of the Plugin keyword, followed by the _s_y_m_b_o_l___n_a_m_e
+     and the _p_a_t_h to the shared object containing the plugin.  The _s_y_m_b_o_l___n_a_m_e
+     is the name of the struct policy_plugin or struct io_plugin in the plugin
+     shared object.  The _p_a_t_h may be fully qualified or relative.  If not
+     fully qualified, it is relative to the _/_u_s_r_/_l_o_c_a_l_/_l_i_b_e_x_e_c directory.  In
+     other words:
+
+           Plugin sudoers_policy sudoers.so
+
+     is equivalent to:
+
+           Plugin sudoers_policy /usr/local/libexec/sudoers.so
+
+     Any additional parameters after the _p_a_t_h are passed as arguments to the
+     plugin's _o_p_e_n function.  For example, to override the compile-time
+     default sudoers file mode:
+
+           Plugin sudoers_policy sudoers.so sudoers_mode=0440
+
+     If no ssuuddoo..ccoonnff file is present, or if it contains no Plugin lines, the
+     ssuuddooeerrss plugin will be used as the default security policy and for I/O
+     logging (if enabled by the policy).  This is equivalent to the following:
+
+           Plugin policy_plugin sudoers.so
+           Plugin io_plugin sudoers.so
+
+     For more information on the ssuuddoo plugin architecture, see the
+     sudo_plugin(1m) manual.
+
+   PPaatthh sseettttiinnggss
+     A Path line consists of the Path keyword, followed by the name of the
+     path to set and its value.  For example:
+
+           Path noexec /usr/local/libexec/sudo_noexec.so
+           Path askpass /usr/X11R6/bin/ssh-askpass
+
+     The following plugin-agnostic paths may be set in the _/_e_t_c_/_s_u_d_o_._c_o_n_f
+     file:
+
+     askpass   The fully qualified path to a helper program used to read the
+               user's password when no terminal is available.  This may be the
+               case when ssuuddoo is executed from a graphical (as opposed to
+               text-based) application.  The program specified by _a_s_k_p_a_s_s
+               should display the argument passed to it as the prompt and
+               write the user's password to the standard output.  The value of
+               _a_s_k_p_a_s_s may be overridden by the SUDO_ASKPASS environment
+               variable.
+
+     noexec    The fully-qualified path to a shared library containing dummy
+               versions of the eexxeeccvv(), eexxeeccvvee() and ffeexxeeccvvee() library
+               functions that just return an error.  This is used to implement
+               the _n_o_e_x_e_c functionality on systems that support LD_PRELOAD or
+               its equivalent.  The default value is:
+               _/_u_s_r_/_l_o_c_a_l_/_l_i_b_e_x_e_c_/_s_u_d_o___n_o_e_x_e_c_._s_o.
+
+   OOtthheerr sseettttiinnggss
+     The ssuuddoo..ccoonnff file also supports the following front end settings:
+
+     disable_coredump
+               Core dumps of ssuuddoo itself are disabled by default.  To aid in
+               debugging ssuuddoo crashes, you may wish to re-enable core dumps by
+               setting ``disable_coredump'' to false in ssuuddoo..ccoonnff as follows:
+
+                     Set disable_coredump false
+
+               Note that most operating systems disable core dumps from setuid
+               programs, including ssuuddoo.  To actually get a ssuuddoo core file you
+               will likely need to enable core dumps for setuid processes.  On
+               BSD and Linux systems this is accomplished via the sysctl
+               command.  On Solaris, the coreadm command is used to configure
+               core dump behavior.
+
+               This setting is only available in ssuuddoo version 1.8.4 and
+               higher.
+
+   DDeebbuugg ffllaaggss
+     ssuuddoo versions 1.8.4 and higher support a flexible debugging framework
+     that can help track down what ssuuddoo is doing internally if there is a
+     problem.
+
+     A Debug line consists of the Debug keyword, followed by the name of the
+     program (or plugin) to debug (ssuuddoo, vviissuuddoo, ssuuddoorreeppllaayy, ssuuddooeerrss), the
+     debug file name and a comma-separated list of debug flags.  The debug
+     flag syntax used by ssuuddoo and the ssuuddooeerrss plugin is _s_u_b_s_y_s_t_e_m@_p_r_i_o_r_i_t_y but
+     a plugin is free to use a different format so long as it does not include
+     a comma (`,').
+
+     For example:
+
+           Debug sudo /var/log/sudo_debug all@warn,plugin@info
+
+     would log all debugging statements at the _w_a_r_n level and higher in
+     addition to those at the _i_n_f_o level for the plugin subsystem.
+
+     Currently, only one Debug entry per program is supported.  The ssuuddoo Debug
+     entry is shared by the ssuuddoo front end, ssuuddooeeddiitt and the plugins.  A
+     future release may add support for per-plugin Debug lines and/or support
+     for multiple debugging files for a single program.
+
+     The priorities used by the ssuuddoo front end, in order of decreasing
+     severity, are: _c_r_i_t, _e_r_r, _w_a_r_n, _n_o_t_i_c_e, _d_i_a_g, _i_n_f_o, _t_r_a_c_e and _d_e_b_u_g.
+     Each priority, when specified, also includes all priorities higher than
+     it.  For example, a priority of _n_o_t_i_c_e would include debug messages
+     logged at _n_o_t_i_c_e and higher.
+
+     The following subsystems are used by the ssuuddoo front-end:
+
+     _a_l_l         matches every subsystem
+
+     _a_r_g_s        command line argument processing
+
+     _c_o_n_v        user conversation
+
+     _e_d_i_t        sudoedit
+
+     _e_x_e_c        command execution
+
+     _m_a_i_n        ssuuddoo main function
+
+     _n_e_t_i_f       network interface handling
+
+     _p_c_o_m_m       communication with the plugin
+
+     _p_l_u_g_i_n      plugin configuration
+
+     _p_t_y         pseudo-tty related code
+
+     _s_e_l_i_n_u_x     SELinux-specific handling
+
+     _u_t_i_l        utility functions
+
+     _u_t_m_p        utmp handling
+
+FFIILLEESS
+     _/_e_t_c_/_s_u_d_o_._c_o_n_f            ssuuddoo front end configuration
+
+EEXXAAMMPPLLEESS
+     #
+     # Default /etc/sudo.conf file
+     #
+     # Format:
+     #   Plugin plugin_name plugin_path plugin_options ...
+     #   Path askpass /path/to/askpass
+     #   Path noexec /path/to/sudo_noexec.so
+     #   Debug sudo /var/log/sudo_debug all@warn
+     #   Set disable_coredump true
+     #
+     # The plugin_path is relative to /usr/local/libexec unless
+     #   fully qualified.
+     # The plugin_name corresponds to a global symbol in the plugin
+     #   that contains the plugin interface structure.
+     # The plugin_options are optional.
+     #
+     # The sudoers plugin is used by default if no Plugin lines are
+     # present.
+     Plugin policy_plugin sudoers.so
+     Plugin io_plugin sudoers.so
+
+     #
+     # Sudo askpass:
+     #
+     # An askpass helper program may be specified to provide a graphical
+     # password prompt for "sudo -A" support.  Sudo does not ship with
+     # its own askpass program but can use the OpenSSH askpass.
+     #
+     # Use the OpenSSH askpass
+     #Path askpass /usr/X11R6/bin/ssh-askpass
+     #
+     # Use the Gnome OpenSSH askpass
+     #Path askpass /usr/libexec/openssh/gnome-ssh-askpass
+
+     #
+     # Sudo noexec:
+     #
+     # Path to a shared library containing dummy versions of the execv(),
+     # execve() and fexecve() library functions that just return an error.
+     # This is used to implement the "noexec" functionality on systems that
+     # support C<LD_PRELOAD> or its equivalent.
+     # The compiled-in value is usually sufficient and should only be
+     # changed if you rename or move the sudo_noexec.so file.
+     #
+     #Path noexec /usr/local/libexec/sudo_noexec.so
+
+     #
+     # Core dumps:
+     #
+     # By default, sudo disables core dumps while it is executing
+     # (they are re-enabled for the command that is run).
+     # To aid in debugging sudo problems, you may wish to enable core
+     # dumps by setting "disable_coredump" to false.
+     #
+     #Set disable_coredump false
+
+SSEEEE AALLSSOO
+     sudoers(4), sudo(1m), sudo_plugin(1m),
+
+HHIISSTTOORRYY
+     See the HISTORY file in the ssuuddoo distribution
+     (http://www.sudo.ws/sudo/history.html) for a brief history of sudo.
+
+AAUUTTHHOORRSS
+     Many people have worked on ssuuddoo over the years; this version consists of
+     code written primarily by:
+
+           Todd C. Miller
+
+     See the CONTRIBUTORS file in the ssuuddoo distribution
+     (http://www.sudo.ws/sudo/contributors.html) for an exhaustive list of
+     people who have contributed to ssuuddoo.
+
+BBUUGGSS
+     If you feel you have found a bug in ssuuddoo, please submit a bug report at
+     http://www.sudo.ws/sudo/bugs/
+
+SSUUPPPPOORRTT
+     Limited free support is available via the sudo-users mailing list, see
+     http://www.sudo.ws/mailman/listinfo/sudo-users to subscribe or search the
+     archives.
+
+DDIISSCCLLAAIIMMEERR
+     ssuuddoo is provided ``AS IS'' and any express or implied warranties,
+     including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability
+     and fitness for a particular purpose are disclaimed.  See the LICENSE
+     file distributed with ssuuddoo or http://www.sudo.ws/sudo/license.html for
+     complete details.
+
+Sudo 1.8.6p7                     February 1, 2013                     Sudo 1.8.6p7
diff -up sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/sudo.conf.man.in.sudoconfman sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/sudo.conf.man.in
--- sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/sudo.conf.man.in.sudoconfman	2013-07-30 13:58:15.401285217 +0200
+++ sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/sudo.conf.man.in	2013-07-30 13:58:25.733323538 +0200
@@ -0,0 +1,470 @@
+.\" DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE, IT IS NOT THE MASTER!
+.\" IT IS GENERATED AUTOMATICALLY FROM sudo.conf.mdoc.in
+.\"
+.\" Copyright (c) 2010-2013 Todd C. Miller <Todd.Miller@courtesan.com>
+.\"
+.\" Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software for any
+.\" purpose with or without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above
+.\" copyright notice and this permission notice appear in all copies.
+.\"
+.\" THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND THE AUTHOR DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES
+.\" WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
+.\" MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR
+.\" ANY SPECIAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES
+.\" WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN
+.\" ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF
+.\" OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
+.\" ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+.\"
+.TH "SUDO" "5" "February 1, 2013" "Sudo @PACKAGE_VERSION@" "OpenBSD Programmer's Manual"
+.nh
+.if n .ad l
+.SH "NAME"
+\fBsudo.conf\fR
+\- configuration for sudo front end
+.SH "DESCRIPTION"
+The
+\fBsudo.conf\fR
+file is used to configure the
+\fBsudo\fR
+front end.
+It specifies the security policy and I/O logging plugins, debug flags
+as well as plugin-agnostic path names and settings.
+.PP
+The
+\fBsudo.conf\fR
+file supports the following directives, described in detail below.
+.TP 10n
+Plugin
+a security policy or I/O logging plugin
+.TP 10n
+Path
+a plugin-agnostic path
+.TP 10n
+Set
+a front end setting, such as
+\fIdisable_coredump\fR
+or
+\fIgroup_source\fR
+.TP 10n
+Debug
+debug flags to aid in debugging
+\fBsudo\fR,
+\fBsudoreplay\fR,
+\fBvisudo\fR,
+and the
+\fBsudoers\fR
+plugin.
+.PP
+The pound sign
+(`#')
+is used to indicate a comment.
+Both the comment character and any text after it, up to the end of
+the line, are ignored.
+.PP
+Non-comment lines that don't begin with
+\fRPlugin\fR,
+\fRPath\fR,
+\fRDebug\fR,
+or
+\fRSet\fR
+are silently ignored.
+.PP
+The
+\fBsudo.conf\fR
+file is always parsed in the
+``\fRC\fR''
+locale.
+.SS "Plugin configuration"
+\fBsudo\fR
+supports a plugin architecture for security policies and input/output
+logging.
+Third parties can develop and distribute their own policy and I/O
+logging plugins to work seamlessly with the
+\fBsudo\fR
+front end.
+Plugins are dynamically loaded based on the contents of
+\fBsudo.conf\fR.
+.PP
+A
+\fRPlugin\fR
+line consists of the
+\fRPlugin\fR
+keyword, followed by the
+\fIsymbol_name\fR
+and the
+\fIpath\fR
+to the shared object containing the plugin.
+The
+\fIsymbol_name\fR
+is the name of the
+\fRstruct policy_plugin\fR
+or
+\fRstruct io_plugin\fR
+in the plugin shared object.
+The
+\fIpath\fR
+may be fully qualified or relative.
+If not fully qualified, it is relative to the
+\fI@PLUGINDIR@\fR
+directory.
+In other words:
+.nf
+.sp
+.RS 6n
+Plugin sudoers_policy sudoers.so
+.RE
+.fi
+.PP
+is equivalent to:
+.nf
+.sp
+.RS 6n
+Plugin sudoers_policy @PLUGINDIR@/sudoers.so
+.RE
+.fi
+.PP
+Any additional parameters after the
+\fIpath\fR
+are passed as arguments to the plugin's
+\fIopen\fR
+function.
+For example, to override the compile-time default sudoers file mode:
+.nf
+.sp
+.RS 6n
+Plugin sudoers_policy sudoers.so sudoers_mode=0440
+.RE
+.fi
+.PP
+If no
+\fBsudo.conf\fR
+file is present, or if it contains no
+\fRPlugin\fR
+lines, the
+\fBsudoers\fR
+plugin will be used as the default security policy and for I/O logging
+(if enabled by the policy).
+This is equivalent to the following:
+.nf
+.sp
+.RS 6n
+Plugin policy_plugin sudoers.so
+Plugin io_plugin sudoers.so
+.RE
+.fi
+.PP
+For more information on the
+\fBsudo\fR
+plugin architecture, see the
+sudo_plugin(@mansectsu@)
+manual.
+.SS "Path settings"
+A
+\fRPath\fR
+line consists of the
+\fRPath\fR
+keyword, followed by the name of the path to set and its value.
+For example:
+.nf
+.sp
+.RS 6n
+Path noexec @noexec_file@
+Path askpass /usr/X11R6/bin/ssh-askpass
+.RE
+.fi
+.PP
+The following plugin-agnostic paths may be set in the
+\fI@sysconfdir@/sudo.conf\fR
+file:
+.TP 10n
+askpass
+The fully qualified path to a helper program used to read the user's
+password when no terminal is available.
+This may be the case when
+\fBsudo\fR
+is executed from a graphical (as opposed to text-based) application.
+The program specified by
+\fIaskpass\fR
+should display the argument passed to it as the prompt and write
+the user's password to the standard output.
+The value of
+\fIaskpass\fR
+may be overridden by the
+\fRSUDO_ASKPASS\fR
+environment variable.
+.TP 10n
+noexec
+The fully-qualified path to a shared library containing dummy
+versions of the
+\fBexecv\fR(),
+\fBexecve\fR()
+and
+\fBfexecve\fR()
+library functions that just return an error.
+This is used to implement the
+\fInoexec\fR
+functionality on systems that support
+\fRLD_PRELOAD\fR
+or its equivalent.
+The default value is:
+\fI@noexec_file@\fR.
+.SS "Other settings"
+The
+\fBsudo.conf\fR
+file also supports the following front end settings:
+.TP 10n
+disable_coredump
+Core dumps of
+\fBsudo\fR
+itself are disabled by default.
+To aid in debugging
+\fBsudo\fR
+crashes, you may wish to re-enable core dumps by setting
+``disable_coredump''
+to false in
+\fBsudo.conf\fR
+as follows:
+.RS
+.nf
+.sp
+.RS 6n
+Set disable_coredump false
+.RE
+.fi
+.sp
+Note that most operating systems disable core dumps from setuid programs,
+including
+\fBsudo\fR.
+To actually get a
+\fBsudo\fR
+core file you will likely need to enable core dumps for setuid processes.
+On BSD and Linux systems this is accomplished via the
+sysctl
+command.
+On Solaris, the
+coreadm
+command is used to configure core dump behavior.
+.sp
+This setting is only available in
+\fBsudo\fR
+version 1.8.4 and higher.
+.PP
+.RE
+.SS "Debug flags"
+\fBsudo\fR
+versions 1.8.4 and higher support a flexible debugging framework
+that can help track down what
+\fBsudo\fR
+is doing internally if there is a problem.
+.PP
+A
+\fRDebug\fR
+line consists of the
+\fRDebug\fR
+keyword, followed by the name of the program (or plugin) to debug
+(\fBsudo\fR, \fBvisudo\fR, \fBsudoreplay\fR, \fBsudoers\fR),
+the debug file name and a comma-separated list of debug flags.
+The debug flag syntax used by
+\fBsudo\fR
+and the
+\fBsudoers\fR
+plugin is
+\fIsubsystem\fR@\fIpriority\fR
+but a plugin is free to use a different format so long as it does
+not include a comma
+(`\&,').
+.PP
+For example:
+.nf
+.sp
+.RS 6n
+Debug sudo /var/log/sudo_debug all@warn,plugin@info
+.RE
+.fi
+.PP
+would log all debugging statements at the
+\fIwarn\fR
+level and higher in addition to those at the
+\fIinfo\fR
+level for the plugin subsystem.
+.PP
+Currently, only one
+\fRDebug\fR
+entry per program is supported.
+The
+\fBsudo\fR
+\fRDebug\fR
+entry is shared by the
+\fBsudo\fR
+front end,
+\fBsudoedit\fR
+and the plugins.
+A future release may add support for per-plugin
+\fRDebug\fR
+lines and/or support for multiple debugging files for a single
+program.
+.PP
+The priorities used by the
+\fBsudo\fR
+front end, in order of decreasing severity, are:
+\fIcrit\fR, \fIerr\fR, \fIwarn\fR, \fInotice\fR, \fIdiag\fR, \fIinfo\fR, \fItrace\fR
+and
+\fIdebug\fR.
+Each priority, when specified, also includes all priorities higher
+than it.
+For example, a priority of
+\fInotice\fR
+would include debug messages logged at
+\fInotice\fR
+and higher.
+.PP
+The following subsystems are used by the
+\fBsudo\fR
+front-end:
+.TP 12n
+\fIall\fR
+matches every subsystem
+.TP 12n
+\fIargs\fR
+command line argument processing
+.TP 12n
+\fIconv\fR
+user conversation
+.TP 12n
+\fIedit\fR
+sudoedit
+.TP 12n
+\fIexec\fR
+command execution
+.TP 12n
+\fImain\fR
+\fBsudo\fR
+main function
+.TP 12n
+\fInetif\fR
+network interface handling
+.TP 12n
+\fIpcomm\fR
+communication with the plugin
+.TP 12n
+\fIplugin\fR
+plugin configuration
+.TP 12n
+\fIpty\fR
+pseudo-tty related code
+.TP 12n
+\fIselinux\fR
+SELinux-specific handling
+.TP 12n
+\fIutil\fR
+utility functions
+.TP 12n
+\fIutmp\fR
+utmp handling
+.SH "FILES"
+.TP 26n
+\fI@sysconfdir@/sudo.conf\fR
+\fBsudo\fR
+front end configuration
+.SH "EXAMPLES"
+.nf
+.RS 0n
+#
+# Default @sysconfdir@/sudo.conf file
+#
+# Format:
+#   Plugin plugin_name plugin_path plugin_options ...
+#   Path askpass /path/to/askpass
+#   Path noexec /path/to/sudo_noexec.so
+#   Debug sudo /var/log/sudo_debug all@warn
+#   Set disable_coredump true
+#
+# The plugin_path is relative to @PLUGINDIR@ unless
+#   fully qualified.
+# The plugin_name corresponds to a global symbol in the plugin
+#   that contains the plugin interface structure.
+# The plugin_options are optional.
+#
+# The sudoers plugin is used by default if no Plugin lines are
+# present.
+Plugin policy_plugin sudoers.so
+Plugin io_plugin sudoers.so
+
+#
+# Sudo askpass:
+#
+# An askpass helper program may be specified to provide a graphical
+# password prompt for "sudo -A" support.  Sudo does not ship with
+# its own askpass program but can use the OpenSSH askpass.
+#
+# Use the OpenSSH askpass
+#Path askpass /usr/X11R6/bin/ssh-askpass
+#
+# Use the Gnome OpenSSH askpass
+#Path askpass /usr/libexec/openssh/gnome-ssh-askpass
+
+#
+# Sudo noexec:
+#
+# Path to a shared library containing dummy versions of the execv(),
+# execve() and fexecve() library functions that just return an error.
+# This is used to implement the "noexec" functionality on systems that
+# support C<LD_PRELOAD> or its equivalent.
+# The compiled-in value is usually sufficient and should only be
+# changed if you rename or move the sudo_noexec.so file.
+#
+#Path noexec @noexec_file@
+
+#
+# Core dumps:
+#
+# By default, sudo disables core dumps while it is executing
+# (they are re-enabled for the command that is run).
+# To aid in debugging sudo problems, you may wish to enable core
+# dumps by setting "disable_coredump" to false.
+#
+#Set disable_coredump false
+.RE
+.fi
+.SH "SEE ALSO"
+sudoers(@mansectform@),
+sudo(@mansectsu@),
+sudo_plugin(@mansectsu@),
+.SH "HISTORY"
+See the HISTORY file in the
+\fBsudo\fR
+distribution (http://www.sudo.ws/sudo/history.html) for a brief
+history of sudo.
+.SH "AUTHORS"
+Many people have worked on
+\fBsudo\fR
+over the years; this version consists of code written primarily by:
+.sp
+.RS 6n
+Todd C. Miller
+.RE
+.PP
+See the CONTRIBUTORS file in the
+\fBsudo\fR
+distribution (http://www.sudo.ws/sudo/contributors.html) for an
+exhaustive list of people who have contributed to
+\fBsudo\fR.
+.SH "BUGS"
+If you feel you have found a bug in
+\fBsudo\fR,
+please submit a bug report at http://www.sudo.ws/sudo/bugs/
+.SH "SUPPORT"
+Limited free support is available via the sudo-users mailing list,
+see http://www.sudo.ws/mailman/listinfo/sudo-users to subscribe or
+search the archives.
+.SH "DISCLAIMER"
+\fBsudo\fR
+is provided
+``AS IS''
+and any express or implied warranties, including, but not limited
+to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a
+particular purpose are disclaimed.
+See the LICENSE file distributed with
+\fBsudo\fR
+or http://www.sudo.ws/sudo/license.html for complete details.
diff -up sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/sudo.conf.mdoc.in.sudoconfman sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/sudo.conf.mdoc.in
--- sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/sudo.conf.mdoc.in.sudoconfman	2013-07-30 13:58:15.401285217 +0200
+++ sudo-1.8.6p7/doc/sudo.conf.mdoc.in	2013-07-30 13:58:25.734323547 +0200
@@ -0,0 +1,430 @@
+.\"
+.\" Copyright (c) 2010-2013 Todd C. Miller <Todd.Miller@courtesan.com>
+.\"
+.\" Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software for any
+.\" purpose with or without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above
+.\" copyright notice and this permission notice appear in all copies.
+.\"
+.\" THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND THE AUTHOR DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES
+.\" WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
+.\" MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR BE LIABLE FOR
+.\" ANY SPECIAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES
+.\" WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN
+.\" ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF
+.\" OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
+.\" ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
+.\"
+.Dd February 5, 2013
+.Dt SUDO @mansectform@
+.Os Sudo @PACKAGE_VERSION@
+.Sh NAME
+.Nm sudo.conf
+.Nd configuration for sudo front end
+.Sh DESCRIPTION
+The
+.Nm sudo.conf
+file is used to configure the
+.Nm sudo
+front end.
+It specifies the security policy and I/O logging plugins, debug flags
+as well as plugin-agnostic path names and settings.
+.Pp
+The
+.Nm sudo.conf
+file supports the following directives, described in detail below.
+.Bl -tag -width 8n
+.It Plugin
+a security policy or I/O logging plugin
+.It Path
+a plugin-agnostic path
+.It Set
+a front end setting, such as
+.Em disable_coredump
+or
+.Em group_source
+.It Debug
+debug flags to aid in debugging
+.Nm sudo ,
+.Nm sudoreplay ,
+.Nm visudo ,
+and the
+.Nm sudoers
+plugin.
+.El
+.Pp
+The pound sign
+.Pq Ql #
+is used to indicate a comment.
+Both the comment character and any text after it, up to the end of
+the line, are ignored.
+.Pp
+Non-comment lines that don't begin with
+.Li Plugin ,
+.Li Path ,
+.Li Debug ,
+or
+.Li Set
+are silently ignored.
+.Pp
+The
+.Nm sudo.conf
+file is always parsed in the
+.Dq Li C
+locale.
+.Ss Plugin configuration
+.Nm sudo
+supports a plugin architecture for security policies and input/output
+logging.
+Third parties can develop and distribute their own policy and I/O
+logging plugins to work seamlessly with the
+.Nm sudo
+front end.
+Plugins are dynamically loaded based on the contents of
+.Nm sudo.conf .
+.Pp
+A
+.Li Plugin
+line consists of the
+.Li Plugin
+keyword, followed by the
+.Em symbol_name
+and the
+.Em path
+to the shared object containing the plugin.
+The
+.Em symbol_name
+is the name of the
+.Li struct policy_plugin
+or
+.Li struct io_plugin
+in the plugin shared object.
+The
+.Em path
+may be fully qualified or relative.
+If not fully qualified, it is relative to the
+.Pa @PLUGINDIR@
+directory.
+In other words:
+.Bd -literal -offset indent
+Plugin sudoers_policy sudoers.so
+.Ed
+.Pp
+is equivalent to:
+.Bd -literal -offset indent
+Plugin sudoers_policy @PLUGINDIR@/sudoers.so
+.Ed
+.Pp
+Any additional parameters after the
+.Em path
+are passed as arguments to the plugin's
+.Em open
+function.
+For example, to override the compile-time default sudoers file mode:
+.Bd -literal -offset indent
+Plugin sudoers_policy sudoers.so sudoers_mode=0440
+.Ed
+.Pp
+If no
+.Nm sudo.conf
+file is present, or if it contains no
+.Li Plugin
+lines, the
+.Nm sudoers
+plugin will be used as the default security policy and for I/O logging
+(if enabled by the policy).
+This is equivalent to the following:
+.Bd -literal -offset indent
+Plugin policy_plugin sudoers.so
+Plugin io_plugin sudoers.so
+.Ed
+.Pp
+For more information on the
+.Nm sudo
+plugin architecture, see the
+.Xr sudo_plugin @mansectsu@
+manual.
+.Ss Path settings
+A
+.Li Path
+line consists of the
+.Li Path
+keyword, followed by the name of the path to set and its value.
+For example:
+.Bd -literal -offset indent
+Path noexec @noexec_file@
+Path askpass /usr/X11R6/bin/ssh-askpass
+.Ed
+.Pp
+The following plugin-agnostic paths may be set in the
+.Pa @sysconfdir@/sudo.conf
+file:
+.Bl -tag -width 8n
+.It askpass
+The fully qualified path to a helper program used to read the user's
+password when no terminal is available.
+This may be the case when
+.Nm sudo
+is executed from a graphical (as opposed to text-based) application.
+The program specified by
+.Em askpass
+should display the argument passed to it as the prompt and write
+the user's password to the standard output.
+The value of
+.Em askpass
+may be overridden by the
+.Ev SUDO_ASKPASS
+environment variable.
+.It noexec
+The fully-qualified path to a shared library containing dummy
+versions of the
+.Fn execv ,
+.Fn execve
+and
+.Fn fexecve
+library functions that just return an error.
+This is used to implement the
+.Em noexec
+functionality on systems that support
+.Ev LD_PRELOAD
+or its equivalent.
+The default value is:
+.Pa @noexec_file@ .
+.El
+.Ss Other settings
+The
+.Nm sudo.conf
+file also supports the following front end settings:
+.Bl -tag -width 8n
+.It disable_coredump
+Core dumps of
+.Nm sudo
+itself are disabled by default.
+To aid in debugging
+.Nm sudo
+crashes, you may wish to re-enable core dumps by setting
+.Dq disable_coredump
+to false in
+.Nm sudo.conf
+as follows:
+.Bd -literal -offset indent
+Set disable_coredump false
+.Ed
+.Pp
+Note that most operating systems disable core dumps from setuid programs,
+including
+.Nm sudo .
+To actually get a
+.Nm sudo
+core file you will likely need to enable core dumps for setuid processes.
+On BSD and Linux systems this is accomplished via the
+.Xr sysctl
+command.
+On Solaris, the
+.Xr coreadm
+command is used to configure core dump behavior.
+.Pp
+This setting is only available in
+.Nm sudo
+version 1.8.4 and higher.
+.El
+.Ss Debug flags
+.Nm sudo
+versions 1.8.4 and higher support a flexible debugging framework
+that can help track down what
+.Nm sudo
+is doing internally if there is a problem.
+.Pp
+A
+.Li Debug
+line consists of the
+.Li Debug
+keyword, followed by the name of the program (or plugin) to debug
+.Pq Nm sudo , Nm visudo , Nm sudoreplay , Nm sudoers ,
+the debug file name and a comma-separated list of debug flags.
+The debug flag syntax used by
+.Nm sudo
+and the
+.Nm sudoers
+plugin is
+.Em subsystem Ns No @ Ns Em priority
+but a plugin is free to use a different format so long as it does
+not include a comma
+.Pq Ql \&, .
+.Pp
+For example:
+.Bd -literal -offset indent
+Debug sudo /var/log/sudo_debug all@warn,plugin@info
+.Ed
+.Pp
+would log all debugging statements at the
+.Em warn
+level and higher in addition to those at the
+.Em info
+level for the plugin subsystem.
+.Pp
+Currently, only one
+.Li Debug
+entry per program is supported.
+The
+.Nm sudo
+.Li Debug
+entry is shared by the
+.Nm sudo
+front end,
+.Nm sudoedit
+and the plugins.
+A future release may add support for per-plugin
+.Li Debug
+lines and/or support for multiple debugging files for a single
+program.
+.Pp
+The priorities used by the
+.Nm sudo
+front end, in order of decreasing severity, are:
+.Em crit , err , warn , notice , diag , info , trace
+and
+.Em debug .
+Each priority, when specified, also includes all priorities higher
+than it.
+For example, a priority of
+.Em notice
+would include debug messages logged at
+.Em notice
+and higher.
+.Pp
+The following subsystems are used by the
+.Nm sudo
+front-end:
+.Bl -tag -width Fl
+.It Em all
+matches every subsystem
+.It Em args
+command line argument processing
+.It Em conv
+user conversation
+.It Em edit
+sudoedit
+.It Em exec
+command execution
+.It Em main
+.Nm sudo
+main function
+.It Em netif
+network interface handling
+.It Em pcomm
+communication with the plugin
+.It Em plugin
+plugin configuration
+.It Em pty
+pseudo-tty related code
+.It Em selinux
+SELinux-specific handling
+.It Em util
+utility functions
+.It Em utmp
+utmp handling
+.El
+.Sh FILES
+.Bl -tag -width 24n
+.It Pa @sysconfdir@/sudo.conf
+.Nm sudo
+front end configuration
+.El
+.Sh EXAMPLES
+.Bd -literal
+#
+# Default @sysconfdir@/sudo.conf file
+#
+# Format:
+#   Plugin plugin_name plugin_path plugin_options ...
+#   Path askpass /path/to/askpass
+#   Path noexec /path/to/sudo_noexec.so
+#   Debug sudo /var/log/sudo_debug all@warn
+#   Set disable_coredump true
+#
+# The plugin_path is relative to @PLUGINDIR@ unless
+#   fully qualified.
+# The plugin_name corresponds to a global symbol in the plugin
+#   that contains the plugin interface structure.
+# The plugin_options are optional.
+#
+# The sudoers plugin is used by default if no Plugin lines are
+# present.
+Plugin policy_plugin sudoers.so
+Plugin io_plugin sudoers.so
+
+#
+# Sudo askpass:
+#
+# An askpass helper program may be specified to provide a graphical
+# password prompt for "sudo -A" support.  Sudo does not ship with
+# its own askpass program but can use the OpenSSH askpass.
+#
+# Use the OpenSSH askpass
+#Path askpass /usr/X11R6/bin/ssh-askpass
+#
+# Use the Gnome OpenSSH askpass
+#Path askpass /usr/libexec/openssh/gnome-ssh-askpass
+
+#
+# Sudo noexec:
+#
+# Path to a shared library containing dummy versions of the execv(),
+# execve() and fexecve() library functions that just return an error.
+# This is used to implement the "noexec" functionality on systems that
+# support C<LD_PRELOAD> or its equivalent.
+# The compiled-in value is usually sufficient and should only be
+# changed if you rename or move the sudo_noexec.so file.
+#
+#Path noexec @noexec_file@
+
+#
+# Core dumps:
+#
+# By default, sudo disables core dumps while it is executing
+# (they are re-enabled for the command that is run).
+# To aid in debugging sudo problems, you may wish to enable core
+# dumps by setting "disable_coredump" to false.
+#
+#Set disable_coredump false
+.Ed
+.Sh SEE ALSO
+.Xr sudoers @mansectform@ ,
+.Xr sudo @mansectsu@ ,
+.Xr sudo_plugin @mansectsu@
+.Sh HISTORY
+See the HISTORY file in the
+.Nm sudo
+distribution (http://www.sudo.ws/sudo/history.html) for a brief
+history of sudo.
+.Sh AUTHORS
+Many people have worked on
+.Nm sudo
+over the years; this version consists of code written primarily by:
+.Bd -ragged -offset indent
+Todd C. Miller
+.Ed
+.Pp
+See the CONTRIBUTORS file in the
+.Nm sudo
+distribution (http://www.sudo.ws/sudo/contributors.html) for an
+exhaustive list of people who have contributed to
+.Nm sudo .
+.Sh BUGS
+If you feel you have found a bug in
+.Nm sudo ,
+please submit a bug report at http://www.sudo.ws/sudo/bugs/
+.Sh SUPPORT
+Limited free support is available via the sudo-users mailing list,
+see http://www.sudo.ws/mailman/listinfo/sudo-users to subscribe or
+search the archives.
+.Sh DISCLAIMER
+.Nm sudo
+is provided
+.Dq AS IS
+and any express or implied warranties, including, but not limited
+to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a
+particular purpose are disclaimed.
+See the LICENSE file distributed with
+.Nm sudo
+or http://www.sudo.ws/sudo/license.html for complete details.
diff -up sudo-1.8.6p7/MANIFEST.sudoconfman sudo-1.8.6p7/MANIFEST
--- sudo-1.8.6p7/MANIFEST.sudoconfman	2013-07-30 13:56:49.585965170 +0200
+++ sudo-1.8.6p7/MANIFEST	2013-07-30 13:58:25.731323515 +0200
@@ -348,6 +348,9 @@ src/tgetpass.c
 src/ttyname.c
 src/utmp.c
 sudo.pp
+sudo/sudo.conf.cat
+sudo/sudo.conf.man.in
+sudo/sudo.conf.mdoc.in
 zlib/Makefile.in
 zlib/adler32.c
 zlib/compress.c