I want sudo to allow me to run a command when my current working directory is, for example, /tmp. Example usage is removing files from /tmp directory, so I am in /tmp ($PWD of shell == /tmp), then I can run, rm -v someuseless.bin (someuseless.bin of course not belongs to me, so I can't remove it). If it is impossible (I can't find references in sudo manuals), then why? Maybe there is a security violation that I did not spotted here. Thanks.
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