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Re: sudo selectively execute file, * wildcard on dir set with "(ALL) NOPASSWD:".



On 2010-01-05 at 17:08:37 +0800, Kent Ho wrote:
> I then copy script1.sh to a new file in the same directory as "script2.sh".
> Now I execute "script1.sh" again with sudo, now it will execute.

Read the docs.

>From the sudo man page:

-k          The -k (kill) option to sudo invalidates the user's timestamp
by setting the time on it to the Epoch.  The next time sudo is run a
password will be required.  This option does not require a password and
was added to allow a user to revoke sudo permissions from a .logout file.

-A
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