[ALUG] sudo &
simon at nosher.net
Thu Jun 8 12:12:00 BST 2017
You could use the sudo NOPASSWD directive (using visudo), e.g. something
myuser ALL = (ALL) NOPASSWD: /sbin/ifconfig
then "sudo ifconfig" should work without a password. Note that this must
come after any other visudo definitions for that user.
On 08/06/17 11:32, Mark Rogers wrote:
> Is there an easy was to launch a process with sudo and send it into
> the background?
> $ sudo myapp &
> .. will go straight into the background then stop, waiting for a
> password to be entered. So I have to bring it back to the foreground
> (fg), enter the password, stop it (ctrl-z) then send it back into the
> background (bg).
> Of-course what normally happens is that I don't realise it's stopped
> at all, only to come back several hours after a long process should
> have been running to find it hasn't yet started....
> I'm sure there's a better way?
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