I have set up a proxy server (squid) on a suse 9.0 machine.
As an admin i can run and stop the server easily.
How can i give privillage to a specific simple user of my system to run and stop the proxy server?
Put the user in /etc/sudoers along with the commands you want to allow, ie service squid start & service squid stop. They can then run the commands with "sudo service squid start" & "sudo service squid
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