you should take a look at apache error log to see what sudo says.
i''ve never used sudo but when i make a shell script SUID 0, bash tells me
it is too dangerous to run a script in SUID 0. and that's probably
true because a lot can be modified in a script thru the environment.
On Sat, 19 Feb 2005 18:50:45 -0000, Paul <paultheharbour.eclipse.co.uk> wrote:> For some reason I can't get sudo to work from an online php script using
> I have put this in the sudoers file:
> www ALL=(ALL) ALL
> (full access is temporary until I get it working)
> When I run:
> echo shell_exec("sudo echo hello");
> in a php script in a web page running on apache2, it does nothing - I don't
> get any feedback.
> echo shell_exec("whoami"); confirms that www is the correct user.
> Any ideas?
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