I was setting up a Ubuntu Server and I wanted to allow the FTP client to access the /etc/ folder. So I used the chown command to allow my account to use it. However, this changed the ownership of sudo ...
If I wanted to do something like sudo fdisk -l > test.txt but I wanted test.txt to be under my own user ID (and not root) without having to chown it afterwards, is there a way to do this? ...
I am looking to configure on Solaris 10 to achieve the below: user=jon group=jtu jon is owner of /opt/app user=ken group=jtu ken is owner of /data On Linux I have added the below line %jtu ALL= ...