[sudo-users] Giving access to one app for all users
p_thompson at mac.com
Wed May 17 14:46:49 EDT 2006
On 17-May-06, at 1:40 PM, Bob Proulx wrote:
> Paul Thompson wrote:
>> Bob Proulx wrote:
>>> In the meantime, test sudo access using -l to list out what the user
>>> can do.
>>> sudo -l
>>> That should provide useful information.
>> Thank you for your reply. I ran the sudo -l command, and here's
>> what I received back:
>> Pirates-Cove:/etc root# sudo -l
>> User paulthom may run the following commands on this host:
>> (ALL) ALL
>> (ALL) ALL
>> Pirates-Cove:/etc root#
> You are running as root. In your sudoers file you gave root full
> access to run all commands. It is actually one of the default entries
> and is typical and is generally what you want for root.
> Try that again as the user you are trying to allow sudo access to.
I gave it a try, and here's what I received back;
Pirates-Cove:~ paul$ sudo -l
User paul may run the following commands on this host:
(root) NOPASSWD: ALL
If I understand this correctly, it seems to be saying that the
user paul can run all commands, and root may run all commands without
a password. The only thing I don't see is a reference to the print
More information about the sudo-users