I have several users, which are all part of group X. And I want to be able to give user Y to sudo to members of group X. Obviously I don't want to edit sudoers everytime I add a user to group X, is ...
Members of the sudo group in my Debian install can execute anything without entering a password. This is convenient, but seems like a bad idea. NOTE: My computer is an ordinary desktop, not a server ...
How can I give permissions in sudoers such that each member of a group is able to kill the process owned by another member of the group? Scenario: I have two users -- bill and dev-cron -- who are ...
The wheel group on *nix computers typically refers to the group with some sort of root-like access. I've heard that on some *nixes it's the group of users with the right to run su, but on Linux that ...