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Re: Editing /etc/passwd as a non-root user




Sorry to say at this time you have two options 1 using su to run the
script.

Second using roots cron to fire off the script whichj will run it under
roots permissions

Dave Blomberg
Systems Engineer
Japan

On Wed, 2002-11-06 at 16:19, Haresh Motwani wrote:
> I need to read and edit /etc/passwd file thru a script which is running as 
> a user.
> 
> Can suEXEC do it? is there any other way of doing it.
> 
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