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I have a bash script. I want to transfer ownership of that file to root such that a sudo password is required to execute the script. How would I accomplish this on Mac? Thanks!

  • The same as in any other UNIX! – 174140 Sep 5 '19 at 0:29
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I asked to early! The following worked:

sudo chown root:admin script.sh

sudo chmod 700 script.sh

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