avoid using sudo on the commandline
lsrwein at central-ph.k12.mo.us
Wed Feb 4 18:15:50 EST 2004
I'm trying to find a way for a regular user to run a bash script
(as root) from the commandline, without having to type the
word 'sudo' in front of the scriptname.
Is this possible?
I found a info clip from the web, but I can't get it to work.
exec /usr/bin/sudo /some/path/to/our/target/prog "$@"
Does that make sense?
Thanks for the help,
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