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Re: How to give administrative previledges



On Apr 6, 2005 1:32 AM, Michael Green <mishagreen gmail com> wrote:
> On Apr 6, 2005 6:22 AM, Justin Zygmont <jzygmont solarflow net> wrote:
> > sudo can't actually do everything, for instance how could you do an:
> > echo "aaaaa" >>file to a file which is only writable by root?
> 
> Do
> sudo -s
> and then you can do anything you want.
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Giving root password to a user is not wise. My question is why can't
we give change GID to 0 or some thingelse and grant any aceess to
somebody else, let's say, a part-time administrator?? So that he can
update the system, look in /lost+found ...etc.

-c


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