I need to read the crontab file of a shared user on a remote machine.
I cannot SSH directly to that user, but rather SSH to my private user and then run
sudo -iu <shared user>, so I can't directly run
I have an SFTP connection to that user on the remote machine, but I can't read
/var/spool/cron/<user> directly, due to lack of permissions for the directory
/var/spool/cron (it seems that the
crontab executable can get the permissions to that file because it has the
setuid bit set).
SSH-ing to my user, then switching to the shared user and running
crontab -l is not optimal.
Is there any other way to achieve this?