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Feb
10
comment Allow any arguments for a given command with sudo
BTW - I put a space between the * and the command, and that seems to have sorted it for me. See also this question on superuser But you do have to run with sudo for it to work of course :)
Feb
10
comment Allow any arguments for a given command with sudo
Agree. This is definitely not off-topic and shows an understanding of the problem (as shown by the fact that people were able to respond). If the OP's misunderstood the sudo syntax fine, but there's no reason to close the bloody topic.
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