mralexk at hotmail.com
Thu Sep 14 18:09:09 EDT 2000
Is anybody can answer my questions.
Here is the problem I run in to:
I have 2 UNIX servers. (Both have sudo installed and configured) I have some
group of files that I need to copy from one server to another. But before I
do that, I need to change ownership and mode of the folders where I copy to.
I think the sudo is perfect tool for that. Ive seen once it worked on
Windows machine to connect to the UNIX machine and did exactly what I
needed. Unfortunately it doesnt work for me in this situation UNIX to UNIX.
I am not sure where I went wrong configuration, command line or something
else. Here basically the command I would like to run. I am logged on
server1. (not a root, just a regular user) $/usr/local/bin/sudo chmod R
Something like this. So far when I try to execute this line the sudo on
server1 trying to be executed and nothing happened. How I can execute sudo
command on server2 from server1?
I will appreciate your help.
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