sudop - emulate parts of "sudo" with "op" rules
sudop [-b] [-u username|uid] command
sudop emulates the parts of sudo(8) that most Customers need, but uses
op(1l) to run any escalated commands.
sudop tries to process options like sudo where it can, it ignores the
others. For example, since local policy forbids "plain shell" access
to all but system admins, the -s option is never honored.
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List the escalated rules allowed, much like sudo would. This
doesn't include all op rules otherwise allowed
Pass the user specification down to op for the given rule, which
can be a numeric uid, prefixed with an octothorp (#), or a login
name as username.
Show the versions of sudop and op installed.
Many. Mostly it doesn't really try to be sudo very hard. Just enough
to fake it for the common cases while local policy converts to op(1l).
Alex Docauer, NPCGuild.org