Blea, Lucy I Lucy.Blea at
Thu Mar 22 12:43:35 EST 2001

To allow "someuser" to run /bin/ksh as "fakeuser" on "somemachine" you could
someuser somemachine=(fakeuser) /bin/ksh
then "someuser" could run "sudo -u fakeuser /bin/ksh"

This above works great if I specifiy a user or define Runas_Alias as certain
users.  But, how can I specify that a certain user can run /bin/ksh for any
other user on the system except root and oracle?


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