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As root I did acledit sulog and aclget shows "extended permissions" as "enabled" and normal user "splunk" has read permissions. When I try to access sulog as splunk user it won't allow and aclget for splunk user... (6 Replies)
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the task is grant user1 to kill another (for example user2) process. My steps:
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Is it possible to grant root privileges to an ordinary user?
Other than 'sudo', is there some way under Users/Groups configuration?
I want ordinary user to be able to mount, umount and use command mt.
/Brendan (4 Replies)
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I wan to create a user e.g. Tom. whenever a file is created by user Tom or FTP is done using user as Tom, the rights on the file should be 777 (by default). how can I achieve this. Please help. Its very urgent. (1 Reply)
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how can i, ordinary, not a privileged user, monitor my part of filesystem ($HOME dir), to see (at least in log) when and which files was created/deleted/moved ?
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