Lets users run root command without root access
'op' allows fine-grained control of access to super-user privileges through easy to remember mnemonics. Its features include user and host based access control, and command expiration. Different sets of users can access different operations, and the security-related aspects of each operation can be carefully controlled.
released on 5 June 2012
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