I have a process that a user1 runs. And I need to grant all the group members the right to send some
kill signal to it. So far, I always get this output:
myProcess(13919): Operation not permitted myProcess: no process killed
From what I had found on the internet, Linux architecture is intended to not allow other users to send
kill signals to a process. But, if I am ok with it, can I grant these rights?
As pointed out by muru, I should mention that my group and I are not sudoers.