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# 1  
Old 03-15-2006
Bug root privilege

Hello All,

I need your help to know how i can give regular user ALL root privileges.

If there is any way pleas help me Smilie


Regards,
Ahmad
# 2  
Old 03-15-2006
It can be done using sudo or by obtaining. However if a user has a genuine need for root access then maybe it is easier to give them the root password.

If you mean how can a user obtain root priveleges the I would remind you that hacker/cracker posts are not allowed.
# 3  
Old 03-15-2006
dear reborg,

I will tell u where is the problem, the problem with my customer,
they want me to give the tech. supports regular user to do some stuff, but as u know some problems need root privileges.
i know there is RBAC and i can make some privileges by RBAC but i need all root privileges.
thx for replay.


regards,
Ahmad
# 4  
Old 03-16-2006
Bug privilages to root

Hello I think you can try making a user belong to the root users group or give a give root users uid to the user this should solve your problem
# 5  
Old 03-16-2006
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Originally Posted by deepshree
Hello I think you can try making a user belong to the root users group or give a give root users uid to the user this should solve your problem
duplicate the uid of root user and allote it to the ordinary user

regards,
deepshree
# 6  
Old 03-16-2006
Give your techs normal user access and then give them sudo access to the commands they need only after verified why it is needed. Root access shouldn't just be blindly handed out and should also be very limited.
# 7  
Old 03-16-2006
Thank you every body for replay, and i will do that Smilie

Thank you again

Ahmad

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