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accepted How to restrict to run commands in specific directory through SUDOERS?
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comment fedora 12 sleeping forever error
I will update system after it works. So what is solution to get work current system?
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comment How to restrict to run commands in specific directory through SUDOERS?
@tombolinux It works like charm. Now I trying same thing with chown command. I can't get the rid of Regular expression for username:username.
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comment How to restrict to run commands in specific directory through SUDOERS?
I run it whooo :). But this will be static command. Can we make it general so that I can apply any permission on any file under /var/www/html?
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comment How to restrict to run commands in specific directory through SUDOERS?
Yes I am executing command by prashant user. I read forums,they say commands run system-wide. No one has write about such issue.