> But that may not be the best way. You really don't want to spread
> root accounts around a lot. One alternative might be setting up
> sudo to allow the specific things that this other person needs to do.
sudo woul dbe the right way to do: you have fine choice on the various
priviledges you give to the various people; each sudo command is
logged so you can trace back in case of problem; you use your own
password to sudo so you are not tempted to give it away to another
user, even temporar.
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