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Re: restrict a normail unix user from going anywhere



Thanks... mm, But what I mean was 
I don't want the user to issue the command that a normal user to issue too without doing sudo, for
example, I don't even want the user to issue more /etc/passwd.  Is that possible?  

--- Anze Vidmar <anzevi gmail com> wrote:

> M E Fieu wrote:
> 
> > Can we restrict a user to just issue a command or not allow it to issue some command ? 
> Yes, you can add the user only one permission, and that is to just start
> or restart apache serrvice. Look at visudo sample file.
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