Bug#834065: gosa-plugin-sudo: sudoHost does not allow '.' in GOsa, host.domain is not possible to be entered

Dominik George nik at naturalnet.de
Sun Nov 27 17:20:14 UTC 2016

Control: tag -1 + pending

> I run into a problemm with the sudo plugin in GOsa.  I have a sudo role restricted to a particular host
> 'mainserver'.  If I enter the hostname without domain, everything is fine in GOsa, but sudo-ldap does 
> not recognize the role.  If I enter the fqdn 'mainserver.intern', GOsa complains about the invalid 
> character '.', which is not allowed.  If I enter the fqdn not in GOsa but with ldapvi, sudo-ldap works 
> fine.  
> So not allowing '.' seems to be a failure.  Entering IP-addresses for sudoHost is also not possible 
> with current GOsa.   

Fixed in Git, rebuilt and tested, success ☺.


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