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Re: Hardware Audit



Hi Guys! Thanks for your inputs and sorry to ask this question in Linux
mailing list.
In the meantime i found that there is a group called "shutdown" in AIX and i
just had to add the users in that group for them to shutdown the machine and
that worked.

Regards,
Yogi


On 2/24/06, Krishnaprasad <k krishna hcl in> wrote:
>
> Iam not aware of AIX machine ....... any way can u try with *sudo  command
>
> *
>
> Gavin McDonald wrote:
>
> >When I have needed this in Redhat, I remapped Ctrl-Alt-Del in
> /etc/inittab
> >to shutdown, instead of reboot.  Now, if you want users to be able to
> shut
> >down a machine WITHOUT console access, you have a whole different
> solution.
> >Maybe you can 'chmod go+x /sbin/shutdown' and have at 'er.
> >
> >though you're on AIX, so ymmv.  Maybe ask the AIX mailing list?
> >
> >Regards,
> >
> >Gavin McDonald
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> >
> >
> >
> >>-----Original Message-----
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> >>Sent: Thursday, February 23, 2006 10:00 PM
> >>To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list
> >>Subject: Re: Hardware Audit
> >>
> >>Hi ,
> >>      We are using AIX 5.2, on this non previlaged users are not able to
> >>shutdown the machine, what permissions are to be changed for the non
> >>previlaged users to shutdown the machine. Thanks for your help in
> advance.
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