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My username is abhilashnair. I was banned recently for deleting my post. I wish to apologise for disregarding forum rules. I request you to revoke my ban and give me one more chance if possible, i assure you that I will abide by all rules henceforth
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Having a bit of a discussion with a software vendor about this. Can anyone confirm my understanding?
/etc/sudoers file example:-
user1 server1 = NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/ls -l
user1 server1 = NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/file
But then the following command fails (logged in on server 1 as user1) because... (2 Replies)
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this is for the first time i am going to use sudoers i want know how to create sudoers and giving privileges for that users
thanks in advance
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Having a "running low on coffee" moment here & need help.
On HP 11.11 where is the sudoers file located; I looked every place I could think of and don't see it.
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