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How to setup sudo, only can use for particular date & time
only ( for solaris10 )

How to setup sudo, only can use for particular date & time only ( for solaris10 )..

Answer / isha

allows users to run programs with the security privileges
of another user (normally the superuser).It is an
abbreviation for "switchuser do" (as in, do a command with
another user's privileges). By default, sudo will prompt
for a user password but it may be configured to require the
root password, or require it only once per pseudo terminal,
or no password at all.[3] Sudo is able to log each command
run and in some cases has completely supplanted the
superuser login for administrative tasks

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