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 Sudo Aliases and Exclusions

On Lamp brings us: Sudo Aliases and Exclusions.

"Basically, an alias is a group of users, hosts, or commands. When a user's duties change, you can just add them to the appropriate user alias to give them correct sudo privileges. If you want your system operators to be able to back up the system, but no longer restore data, you can remove the restore commands from their command alias."

 (Submitted by Noel Mon Sep 16, 2002 )


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