Okay, first off, this is not a problem I am facing, but I would like to understand this better. If I wish to shutdown / reboot my machine from the command line I need to call: $ sudo poweroff $ sudo ...
root can kill any program run by any user. Is it possible for a user to kill another user's program without using sudo, etc.? Example: How can make user foo kill program x which is run by user bar?
I need to allow an user (different from root) to run a server listening on port 80. Is there any way to do this?
I am creating a web app similar to codepad and for each run-action my app copies a directory (/home/radeks/voidptr/private/chroot-root) to /tmp/voidptr/[random-id]/chroot-root. This chroot directory ...