Russell Van Tassell wrote:
Hello to you,On Sat, Nov 15, 2008 at 04:16:27PM +0800, edwardspl ita org mo wrote:Dear to you, Sorry again... I don't quite understanding what different between "NOPASSWD:" and "(ALL)"... So, would you mind to give me some hints ?NOPASSWD - User does not have to enter password ALL - "ALL" for which this argument applies. These two arguments are separate... I just removed "NOPASSWD" as my own personal opinion is that you "avoid at all costs." To be clear... in my previous example, "ALL" meant "all hosts" and "run-as all users." Not to confuse you, but "ALL" can just-as-well mean "ANY" or, in shell terms, "*"USER_NAMES HOSTS_LIST = (RUN_AS_LIST) COMMAND_LIST manager ALL = (ALL) /usr/sbin/edquota, /usr/bin/quota
If I want to disable to enter password :
manager ALL = (ALL) NOPASSWD: /usr/sbin/edquota, /usr/bin/quota Is it right format ? Thanks ! Edward.