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Debian disable su to root user

I am currently using Debian 7 (Wheezy) and I am trying to disable the su command only when the target user is root and not a privileged user. For example, let's suppose the following users exist: ...
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Setting User Password Policy as per their group Linux?

I wanted to set a password restriction policy , like minlen , maxage , minage etc . I know the way to do it system wide , Can we do it for a particular group of users . I mean only users under ...
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Root account locked/suspended?

I'm shipping ts7800 boards running debian 6.07. After programming, some boards do not run their cron jobs, complaining that they do not recognise the user root. This happened on 2 out of 12 ...
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unix_chkpw run before access.conf via pam - security risk

I have RHEL 6.3 systems that have PAM's access.conf correctly configured and running. However, it seems in a less than ideal state, after analysis of a root-hack attempt, and I'm wondering if there's ...