[sudo-users] How userA can run userB's script
erwin_hom at filemaker.com
Tue May 5 15:03:25 EDT 2009
What should we put in the sudoers file so that userA can run programs
or scripts with
other users' permission if userA has their password?
On May 5, 2009, at 6:29 AM, Todd C. Miller wrote:
> In message <80C1CE2B-7D1E-4059-82ED-4C1D96E912A8 at filemaker.com>
> so spake (erwin_hom):
>> 5. Logged in as usera and attempted to execute shell script as userb
>> with the following
>> 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?
> Sounds like you didn't give usera permission to run the script in
> the sudoers file.
> - todd
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