SOLVED Add Users to Sudoers File

Maor Bar

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Hello,
I have one whm and I set 5 different domains inside him.

I want to access ssh to every domain to change permission with shell but every time I get the error

"your domain" is not in the sudoers file. This incident will be reported.

How can I work with ssh as sudo ?

thank you.
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello,

You should be able to use the "su" command if you are attempting to switch from your "root" SSH session into a user's SSH session. EX:

Code:
[[email protected] centos]# su test123
[[email protected] centos]$
Thank you.
 
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joburg

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I think the answer provided for the thread topic is a bit different? I actually want to do exactly as the topic says: I want to add a cpanel user (test) to the sudoers file. Such that user "test" can do what root can do by prepending sudo to all commands.
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cPanelMichael

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