quick questions. I'm running lots of Debian boxes (as servers), we don’t install the UI.
We would like to setup monitoring Via a SSH connection (monitoring tool establishing an SSH connection to scan the box). We would like to create a dedicate user for this role (as opposed to using Root). I know I can install the
sudo module, and give the new users root equivalent access (
ALL=(ALL) ALL), but that requires the user to start each command with “sudo”, im not sure how that would work with the monitoring tool(s). Im from the Windows world. What would be the Linux equivalent to adding a user to the Administrators group in windows (giving the user full Administrative access)?
Please no lecture about safety practices
Oh one more question, can someone please point me to a good and "complete" SSH guide detailing ALL possible