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ric79
June 27th, 2011, 10:26 AM
Hi all,
I'm trying to configure /etc/sudoers for this case:

1) MYDIR contains multiple sudirectories which must be accessible ( /bin/ls -la /MYDIR/*) by the user MYUSER.
- Questions: how to make the CMD_Alias for "ls" general for all MYDIR subdirectories?

2) In MYUSER crontab there is a script (/home/MYUSER/MYSCRIPT.pl) which needs running "ls" and reading files in MYDIR subdirectories
- Questions: how to enable reading from perl ?

Thanks
Riccardo

Ryan Dwyer
June 27th, 2011, 01:11 PM
Sudo is not the solution here. Change the permissions on the directories/files so that the user can read them.