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I am testing sudo and I want to test it. Can anyone please let me know few commands (of course other than shutdown, reboot etc. as I can't reboot the box) on AIX that can be run by ROOT only.
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Why is root, by default, a member of some system groups? I can't see any reason for this. Root has permission to everything and adding root does not give the group any more permission, so what's the point?
Here is part of my /etc/group file from a recent arch linux system. Notice that root is... (1 Reply)
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I've been through many threads before i decide to create a separate thread.
I can't really find the solution to my (simple) problem.
Here's what I'm trying to achieve:
As "canar" user I want to run a command, let's say "/opt/ocaml/bin/ocaml" as "duck" user.
The only to achieve this is to... (1 Reply)
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I'm logged in to an AIX box now and we need to do an audit on this box.
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1 - what is the maximum no: of groups a user can be a part of ?
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I'm trying to set a group of users to login to do a required super-user tasks without knowing the super-user passwd.
For example...a user popodude logs in as self with passwd..system accepts the password & then automatically asks for the super-user account passwd.
My goal is... (1 Reply)
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Hi I have a user zak and
I want user zak to be part of the oracle and stats group but not be able to view,list anything in data and archive. Also anyone in the data and archive group should not be able to view,list anything in oracle and stats....... (3 Replies)
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How do I add a user to a group? And how do I determine the list of groups to add a user?
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Is it possible to dynamically allocate a new user group to an existing session on Solaris 5.8
I'd like to be able to allow certain users to access a set of scripts for the life of session (preferably there own session not a specific login created for the purpose) by dynamically giving the session... (0 Replies)
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