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Fedora, ssh and sudo

I have to run a script remotely on several Fedora machines through ssh. Since the script requires root priviliges, I do: $ ssh me@remost_host "sudo touch test_sudo" #just a simple example sudo: no ...
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sudo to other user doesn't preserve DISPLAY variable

I've got an /etc/sudoers file that works just fine in all versions of Fedora prior to F18, but we've noticed that when upgrading to F18 (and installing FreeIPA, though the cases I'll show here were ...
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ifdown em1 Users cannot control this device. Allow users to control em1 device

I want to allow users to control the em1 device in Linux: When I run this command: ifdown em1 em1 is the embedded ethernet card 1, I want the user to be able to turn off the ethernet card. On ...
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How do I give users reboot rights on fedora?

On a fedora server, an web application which is in development stages, get stoked for unknown reasons for the moment. The only solution is to restart the linux machine, but only the root has acces to ...
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creating a linux user that can do “reboot” command only without sudo

Do you know if it is possible to create a user in linux that can only do "reboot" command without sudo? the reason is, i need to automate the rebooting of my production server(s) without having to ...
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Granting php sudo acsess

I am trying to grant php sudo access (for automated share mounting). I was sucess full at granting php sudo access on one of my systems by adding daemond to the list of sudo's via su --login -c ...
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sudo denied - what is missing?

I did the following: Added user to sys group. (usermod -g sys liveuser) Verified user in sys group (I had to log out and log in to see changes in terminal even though I was seeing users and groups ...