sudoers(5) manpage says that shell-style wildcards (aka meta or glob characters)
could be used in command line arguments in the sudoers file. They are
My idea is to use some stuff in regular expression style, like
/path/to/command -a[v]*, to mean either
command -av and
command -avvv...v in one line (for such commands which changes their's verbosity depending on number of
-v arguments, e.g.
tcpdump). But it doesn't works.
Is there some way to do that, not adding
/path/to/command -a -v several times into
sudoers with different number of
-v in each one?