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Re: giving privileges to an user



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>What's the best way to do it?
>
>- adding him to the "root" group?
>- is there a specific group for that?
>- what way would you suggest ?
>
Best bet for this would be to utilize sudo

A line something like this in the sudoers file should work:

<username>
<servername>=/usr/sbin/groupadd,/usr/sbin/groupdel,/usr/sbin/groupmod
(harold
localhost=/usr/sbin/groupadd,/usr/sbin/groupdel,/usr/sbin/groupmod )

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