[CentOS] root privilleges momentarily

Georghy fusco at wanagain.net
Wed Mar 31 09:42:51 UTC 2010


Tom H a écrit :
>>>> I'm searching for a way to have root privileges momentarily
>>>> like on ubuntu with the sudo <user> <command>
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>>>> I tried su - <command> and su -l root <command> on my CentOS server but
>>>> it doesn't work
>>>> how should I do ?
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>>>> sorry for the disturbance I'm new in RH Linux distro
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>>> Sounds like you have your solution... Install sudo and configure it so
>>> that particular users can use sudo to temporarily gain root
>>> privileges.  You may even be able to copy your /etc/sudoers from
>>> Ubuntu directly to CentOS.
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>> there's no way to use su without installing new packages ?
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> su -c
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It worked thanks fo the tips :)

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Cordialement, / Greetings,
Georghy FUSCO



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