cdrecord, cdrdao and gtoaster
joshualokken at attbi.com
Wed Apr 9 16:46:11 PDT 2003
* E. J. Cerejo (edinho64 at netscape.net) wrote:
==> fgleiser at cactus.fi.uba.ar wrote:
==> >On Wed, 9 Apr 2003, E. J. Cerejo wrote:
==> >>That didn't work either! I gave it write permissions but I still get
==> >>the same error.
==> >Instead of messing with the permissions, why don't you try sudo?
==> >That way, you can run the programs as root. works like a charm.
==> > Fer
==> I've heard very good things about sudo but I was never able to figure
==> out on how to write the sudoers file from reading the man page, I tried
==> to use it for the mount command before I ended up doing something else
==> to solve that problem instead of sudo and since then I haven't fooled
==> around with sudo anymore. I looked for a simple tutorial on it but
==> didn't find much documentation except for the manuals.
You need to use the visudo utility that comes with sudo. This will allow
you to edit the sudoers file (/etc/sudoers) to allow users, groups, etc.
to use the root commands you specify.
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