[sudo-users] How userA can run userB's script
erwin_hom at filemaker.com
Mon May 4 22:05:51 EDT 2009
I ran it "sudo -l" under usera.
Got prompted for a password. Entered the root password and
got the following output:
"bash-3.2$ sudo -l
Sorry, user usera may not run sudo on 146x102."
Is there something to be added to sudoers that will allow usera to run
On May 4, 2009, at 6:27 PM, Russell Van Tassell wrote:
> What's the output of "sudo -l" for usera? Chances are they're not
> allowed to execute the script you've created...
> On Mon, May 04, 2009 at 05:07:13PM -0700, Erwin Hom wrote:
>> Hi Todd,
>> I tried your recommendation but couldn't get it to work.
>> commandLine: "sudo -u userb userbscript.sh"
>> I entered userb's password when prompted.
>> This is the message that sudo displayed:
>> "usera is not in the sudoers file. This incident will be reported."
>> What did I do wrong? Did I miss a step along the way?
>> - Erwin
> Russell M. Van Tassell
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