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revised Can I make a file only accessible to a script, and not a user?
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comment Can I make a file only accessible to a script, and not a user?
I'd suggest to not go the "root" way - create a special user/group for this purpose.
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comment Can I make a file only accessible to a script, and not a user?
@muru did did I overlook something important?
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answered Can I make a file only accessible to a script, and not a user?
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awarded  Vox Populi
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15
awarded  Suffrage
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awarded  Civic Duty
Dec
12
revised using sudo create another process
removed a duplictated "could" to improve the grammar
Dec
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Nov
22
comment Ubuntu runuser command?
Edit your question with the contents of your comment about sudo - it will be better to read.
Nov
19
revised Where is PCB on linux
starting from a typo ("black") I completed the sentences.
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suggested approved edit on Where is PCB on linux
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comment How does the script /etc/init.d/sudo work?
ah good - I was really scared at the thought having lived next to it for a long time and having it frequently but inadvertently invoked :-)
Sep
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comment How does the script /etc/init.d/sudo work?
The sudo daemon??? Where did you find that beast?
Aug
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answered Are environment variables visible to unprivileged users on Linux?
Jul
24
comment Process history in Unix/Linux systems
True (that's why I said "maybe"), but that of course works only after having started the service, whereas the OP might be expecting to see what happened even before.
Jul
24
comment Process history in Unix/Linux systems
Maybe noteworthy: it can't look into the past, it only sees processes while it is running.
Jul
24
comment Number of processors in /proc/cpuinfo
Where do you see a contradiction?
Jul
23
answered Number of processors in /proc/cpuinfo