I'm attempting to configure the following things via an ACL on CentOS 6:
- Allow UserX to mount any directory without sudo
- Allow UserX ability to edit /etc/fstab without sudo
Having never configured an ACL before, I'm not sure where to start.
If the only file they need to edit is fstab, you'd probably be better off changing the group ownership to a custom group, and giving UserX secondary group membership of that group.
Upshot: IMHO, nothing that can be done without ACLs should be done with them; they complicate life. In this case, both tasks are better done without them.
Edit: try passwordless
may well do what you need it to, though you'd better hope that userx doesn't feel like experimenting or messing around!