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If we want to give root’s privilege to other users on LINUX:

1. edit /etc/sudoers

In this scenario, user opr1 will have privilege to manage cups.  Edit the file, put the parameter :

opr1    ALL=/etc/init.d/cups

2.  From the user that get the privilege, they have to add command  `sudo`

 $ sudo /etc/init.d/cups restart

  3 Responses to “HOW TO give root’s privilege to other user”

  1. Hello Fah,
    After Upgrade from 11.5.9 from Jinitiator to 11.5.10.2 with jre1.5.0_22, the printers are not working. Can you please tellme why this is happening?

  2. Hi Farook, Is it in the same server? If yes, have u try to re-register the printer?

  3. Hi Fah,

    Thanx for your reply. We solve this issue by setting No of Copies profile value from 0 to 1

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