How can I configure to run as 'root' all the time ?
Date: 31 Mar 2004 16:30:25 -0800
I want to run scp/ssh commands with effective user-id as 'root' ie.
when I execute :
%unix breeze<nwkuser>87: ssh NCP2 hostname
This command should run with effective user-id as 'root' even though
issued by 'nwkuser'. So , once this command is issued by 'nwkuser' it
should do setuid/seteuid as 'root' and should look for SSH keys in
/.ssh where I creates them.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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