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Published: Nov 16, 2015 License: BSD-2-Clause, MIT Imports: 8 Imported by: 0

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Variables

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var (
	ErrRange = fmt.Errorf("Uids and gids must be in range %d-%d", minId, maxId)
)
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var (
	// The current operating system does not provide the required data for user lookups.
	ErrUnsupported = errors.New("user lookup: operating system does not provide passwd-formatted data")
)

Functions

func GetAdditionalGroups

func GetAdditionalGroups(additionalGroups []string, group io.Reader) ([]int, error)

GetAdditionalGroups looks up a list of groups by name or group id against the given /etc/group formatted data. If a group name cannot be found, an error will be returned. If a group id cannot be found, or the given group data is nil, the id will be returned as-is provided it is in the legal range.

func GetAdditionalGroupsPath

func GetAdditionalGroupsPath(additionalGroups []string, groupPath string) ([]int, error)

GetAdditionalGroupsPath is a wrapper around GetAdditionalGroups that opens the groupPath given and gives it as an argument to GetAdditionalGroups.

func GetGroup

func GetGroup() (io.ReadCloser, error)

func GetGroupPath

func GetGroupPath() (string, error)

func GetPasswd

func GetPasswd() (io.ReadCloser, error)

func GetPasswdPath

func GetPasswdPath() (string, error)

Types

type ExecUser

type ExecUser struct {
	Uid, Gid int
	Sgids    []int
	Home     string
}

func GetExecUser

func GetExecUser(userSpec string, defaults *ExecUser, passwd, group io.Reader) (*ExecUser, error)

GetExecUser parses a user specification string (using the passwd and group readers as sources for /etc/passwd and /etc/group data, respectively). In the case of blank fields or missing data from the sources, the values in defaults is used.

GetExecUser will return an error if a user or group literal could not be found in any entry in passwd and group respectively.

Examples of valid user specifications are:

* ""
* "user"
* "uid"
* "user:group"
* "uid:gid
* "user:gid"
* "uid:group"

func GetExecUserPath

func GetExecUserPath(userSpec string, defaults *ExecUser, passwdPath, groupPath string) (*ExecUser, error)

GetExecUserPath is a wrapper for GetExecUser. It reads data from each of the given file paths and uses that data as the arguments to GetExecUser. If the files cannot be opened for any reason, the error is ignored and a nil io.Reader is passed instead.

type Group

type Group struct {
	Name string
	Pass string
	Gid  int
	List []string
}

func CurrentGroup

func CurrentGroup() (Group, error)

CurrentGroup looks up the current user's group by their primary group id's entry in /etc/passwd. If the group cannot be found (or there is no /etc/group file on the filesystem), then CurrentGroup returns an error.

func LookupGid

func LookupGid(gid int) (Group, error)

LookupGid looks up a group by its group id in /etc/group. If the group cannot be found (or there is no /etc/group file on the filesystem), then LookupGid returns an error.

func LookupGroup

func LookupGroup(groupname string) (Group, error)

LookupGroup looks up a group by its name in /etc/group. If the group cannot be found (or there is no /etc/group file on the filesystem), then LookupGroup returns an error.

func ParseGroup

func ParseGroup(group io.Reader) ([]Group, error)

func ParseGroupFile

func ParseGroupFile(path string) ([]Group, error)

func ParseGroupFileFilter

func ParseGroupFileFilter(path string, filter func(Group) bool) ([]Group, error)

func ParseGroupFilter

func ParseGroupFilter(r io.Reader, filter func(Group) bool) ([]Group, error)

type User

type User struct {
	Name  string
	Pass  string
	Uid   int
	Gid   int
	Gecos string
	Home  string
	Shell string
}

func CurrentUser

func CurrentUser() (User, error)

CurrentUser looks up the current user by their user id in /etc/passwd. If the user cannot be found (or there is no /etc/passwd file on the filesystem), then CurrentUser returns an error.

func LookupUid

func LookupUid(uid int) (User, error)

LookupUid looks up a user by their user id in /etc/passwd. If the user cannot be found (or there is no /etc/passwd file on the filesystem), then LookupId returns an error.

func LookupUser

func LookupUser(username string) (User, error)

LookupUser looks up a user by their username in /etc/passwd. If the user cannot be found (or there is no /etc/passwd file on the filesystem), then LookupUser returns an error.

func ParsePasswd

func ParsePasswd(passwd io.Reader) ([]User, error)

func ParsePasswdFile

func ParsePasswdFile(path string) ([]User, error)

func ParsePasswdFileFilter

func ParsePasswdFileFilter(path string, filter func(User) bool) ([]User, error)

func ParsePasswdFilter

func ParsePasswdFilter(r io.Reader, filter func(User) bool) ([]User, error)

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