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Re: [suse-security] Limiting users SU ability
> Don't give them the passwords. If these users have to do some root things
> man sudo
Yes, better use sudo, because there you can configure many things more!
Edit the /etc/sudoers and add user to group trusted.
In the config and with the "man <Command>" command you will find useful
We use sudo for the local ftp-admin group for usermanagement and testing the
load of the ftp (pure-ftp).
At our faculty we use it to allow users to restart the licenseserver
service, which often crashes.
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