I need to add an entry to the sudoers file to allow the user to run a specific command. So it happens the command includes a colon " : "
mount -t nfs -o vers=4 host:/remoteMountpoint /home/username/localMountpoint
Visudo complains the entry is not valid, doesn't allow me to save it. I mean I could try and force it but I am afraid of the consequences. One obvious workaround is to use a wildcard " * " in place of the colon, but I wonder if there's another (proper) way to do it.