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Sep
24
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Oct
2
comment How can I allow user A to run commands as user B if I don't have access to root?
When I run ssh userb@localhost i still get prompted for a password. I have copied the public key of userb to ~/.ssh/authorized_keys (apparently authorized_keys2 is outdated although I tried it as well).
Oct
2
asked How can I allow user A to run commands as user B if I don't have access to root?