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From "Taylor Lewick" <Taylor.Lew...@us.fortis.com>
Subject Re: sudo for administrating apache
Date Tue, 02 Jul 2002 21:29:03 GMT
Yes, you can use sudo to administer quite a lot of things... just give them access to apachectl


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>>> Saqib.N.Ali@seagate.com 07/02/02 04:24PM >>>
Hi All,
Is anyone on this list using "sudo" for administration of apache? I dont
want to give out root passwds to other people, to just start and stop
apache services. Is it possible using sudo?

Any links to documentation that provides info on setting this up will be
highly appreciated

Thanks
Saqib Ali
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