Steve Kemp wrote:
> On Thu Oct 16, 2008 at 11:32:00 -0400, H.S. wrote:
>> Currently the script file I specified in no-ip configuration does not
>> appear to run as me since it cannot find my conf files from my home.
>> That same script runs perfectly if I run it myself manually.
> Configure either noip to run:
> sudo -u YOURNAME /path/to/script/to/run
> Or change your script to be:
> sudo -u YOURNAME /path/to/other/script
> (If you can't allow spaces, etc, in your no-ip configuration.)
> Then configure your copy of sudo to allow "nobody" to run
> "/path/to/script" as you without any password.
Thank you. The second option is what I am going to do (I don't think
no-ip likes spaces).
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