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accepted How can I override a default of rootpw in sudoers
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comment How can I override a default of rootpw in sudoers
OR if I cannot combine Defaults types on a single line (tried it and didn't parse) can I put a Defaults !rootpw on the line above my specific command and a Defaults rootpw below the specific command?
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comment How can I override a default of rootpw in sudoers
Thank you for your speedy answer. In particular I want to allow /bin/bash for particular users on particular users... so I wonder if I can have a Defaults for combination, e.g. Defaults:PARTICULAR_USERS@PARTICULAR_HOSTS!/bin/bash !rootpw
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comment How to add a route?
bwal grh mfft zbgsh? Let's go back a step. Can you draw your network explaining what the router is and whether you have access to configure that router? Who told you that you needed an explicit subnet route? What's your current routing tables looking like?
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comment BT Wifi swamps my signal
It is worth mentioning that you're in the United Kingdom in case some forum users from other countries don't know what you mean when you mention "BT" (British Telecom).
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answered How can I make a Bash Script take an input before the script is invoked?