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Problem using sudo with NOPASSWD

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Old 04-11-2016
Problem using sudo with NOPASSWD

I need to configure access for a user in an HP-UX to :

1) use certain commands and
2) login as another user as a sudo.

These have to be done WITHOUT the user needing to enter a password.

However, after I enter the lines using visudo, there is a prompt for a password when the user executes those 2 commands.

This is the line I added in visudo :

Code:
etigers   ALL = NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/sudo su - userX, /path/to/command/to/execute

However, initially before this line was added, there were 2 other lines above it, without the NOPASSWD option. Could it be that these 2 lines were overriding this line?

Also, in the visudo file there was no !#/bin/bash at the top of the file.

Or is it that for users first time using sudo, there will be a prompt for password?

Is there a need to restart visudo service? If so, how? What command? I tried using service visudo restart but it says 'service' no such command.
# 2  
Old 04-11-2016
Wonder if ther is not something queer here...
try:
Code:
etigers   ALL = NOPASSWD : /path/to/command/to/execute, /usr/bin/su - userX

Check the path to su as I have no more HP-UX under my hand to verify... You need to give absolute path to binaries in sudoers for sudo to work properly...
# 3  
Old 04-11-2016
Swapping places with each other still does not resolve this issue. This is the exact look of the user privilege in the visudo file.

Code:
## User privilege specification
##
#etigers ALL=NOPASSWD:ALL
#emokchee ALL=NOPASSWD: /usr/local/bin/lsof
etigers ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:/bscsbin/bscst4/lisa/product/UMOBILE/prod/bscs/bin/hpux11_ia64.x/dmh, /usr/local/bin/sudo su - bscst4
root ALL=(ALL) ALL
#%bscs ALL=(ALL) ALL
#emokchee ALL=NOPASSWD: /usr/local/bin/lsof
#etigers ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /usr/local/bin/sudo su - bscst4, /bscsbin/bscst4/lisa/product/UMOBILE/prod/bscs/bin/hpux11_ia64.x/dmh

# 4  
Old 04-12-2016
You didnt copy exactly the line... And you did not give absolute path to su...

I removed /usr/local/sudo...
And the reason of inverting is I dont know what version of HP-UX you are on nor do we know which sudo, sudo behaviour cant change drastically depending on how good you know the product and compile with your custom options...
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