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Using pass is a simple method to provide ansible with sudo passwords. pass stores one password per file which makes it easy to share passwords via git or other methods. It’s also secure (using GnuPG) and if you’re using gpg-agent, it lets you use ansible entering a password on each usage. To provide the password stored as servers/foo for server foo to ...


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This solves my issue: Log all commands run by admins on production servers Summary 1) Install auditd 2) audit the execve syscall with these rules in audit.rules -a exit,always -F arch=b64 -F euid=0 -S execve -a exit,always -F arch=b32 -F euid=0 -S execve 3) Add audit=1 to grub.conf Examples for Centos and Ubuntu: #Centos grep audit=1 ...


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Must be due to the flags - try sudo chflags nouchg /usr/bin/php EDIT: You need to press Cmd + R at boot time, open the terminal and then run csrutil disable and reboot.


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You've started off correctly. The line you have added needs to contain all the commands, exactly as they should be typed, separated by commas. You might also want to have the user NOT have to enter their password each time they use sudo, but that's up to you: %web ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: service httpd restart, apachectl status, apachectl reload These are just ...


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Thank you @ThoriumBR: sudo chmod a+rx /crenfs Solved this problem



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