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Re: [K12OSN] Adding and removing users without being in root



Webmin is definitely the answer to this.


Quoting norbert <bear2bar netscape net>:

> microman cmosnetworks com wrote:
> 
> > John P. Conlon wrote:
> >
> >> I have a teacher who has three stand alone machines running K12LTSP 
> >> 4.2.  I want to know if I can give her access to the add-remove users 
> >> GUI with out giving her access to root or the root password.  If I 
> >> can do this can someone please enlighten me on how to go about it.
> >> Thanks
> >> Pat
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >
> > You might wish to consider the use of sudo for this.  However, this 
> > may end up giving her the ability to create her own username with a 
> > UID of 0, which would give her root.
> >
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> Hi John,
> 
> You might try installing WEBMIN and creating a limited administrator 
> account with user priviledges.....
> 
> norbert
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