On Tuesday 08 July 2008, DSA - JCR wrote:

> but I think that if he/she want to make CTRL-C to the shell task, he can
> stop the task and then enter in the system and look whatever he wants
> (for example, how the things are done).

Use "sudo" to allow non-root users to run that script as root.  If they hit 
^C, they get dropped right back to their own account.

> I want this because there is intelectual propierty behind this.

Don't put trade secrets in shell scripts.
Kirk Strauser

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