[GRLUG] Distro's - was GRLUG test comment
rlauzon at gmail.com
Thu May 4 19:07:39 EDT 2006
> I'd agree that sudo is better 'when properly configured.' I'm not sure
> Ubuntu fits that classification.
At work, what we normally do with sudo is set up specific commands -
usually shell scripts written by the SysAdmins, with permissions set to
500 so that no one but root can read them - and then set things up so
that certain users can run those specific commands.
This is what I have set up on my laptop to turn on/off the networking.
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