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    How to Giving root level permissions to users in linux

    how to give user to root level permission in linux?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kashyap View Post
    how to give user to root level permission in linux?
    you can vi /etc/sudoer
    or visudo, then append something like:
    example1: user_xyz ALL=(ALL) ALL
    #replace user_xyz accordingly.
    log-in as user_xyz, and use sudo + whatever root command

    example 2: user_xyz ALL=/sbin/fdisk /dev/sda
    #the 2nd example give user_xyz only fdisk privilege to /dev/sda

    as user_xyz:
    sudo fdisk /dev/sda

    example3: %groupxyz ALL=(ALL) ALL
    #this means all users in groupxyz have sudo privilege

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