I have a script that logs into a remote host via
ssh -t and uses
sudo service foo restart.
The requirement is to avoid the prompt for a password on the remote host. The remote host authenticates via SSH certificate. The
sudoers file on the remote host allows that user to execute the service command with
However, during my tests, I'm prompted for a password and this is unacceptable. If I run this manually without the
-t flag, it works. However the
-t flag throws everything off.
Is there a way around this?