I've recently had an EE question answered that allows me to execute Unix (debian) commands from a web interface. http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Scripting/Shell/Q_27516109.html
This is working great on commands that I create, when I do the following:
chmod 777 CommandName
chmod +x CommandName
Is it possible to extend this to inherent processes of Unix? This is for testing purposes only, in a closed environemtn - for my own knowledge, so no worries on security here.
Basically, I'd like to run the command "killall" and another called "wrapper-linux" for a process that I've defined. Currently, both those processes aren't able to be executed via the web page but both can be entered in the console directly and have no problems executing.
Which permissions would I need to do, in order to be able to get those commands "web accessable" if that makes sense?