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accepted “Lock” one specific file so that I nor root no longer have access to it any more
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comment “Lock” one specific file so that I nor root no longer have access to it any more
I don't think removing myself from the /etc/sudoers file is an ideal solution: I still want to be able to perform other system tasks like installing software, etc. I just don't want to be able to change /etc/hosts any more unless an outside party grants me access to that file. Any solution where I can add myself back to the admin group defeats the point, because I will probably end up doing that before the exams end. Thanks.
Aug
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comment “Lock” one specific file so that I nor root no longer have access to it any more
I didn't know about the chattr command, but the initial problem remains: I want to protect me from myself. If I know there is a way to unlock/restore the file before the exams, I probably will. Therefore I am still looking for a solution where only a third party can grant me access to that file. Thanks.
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revised “Lock” one specific file so that I nor root no longer have access to it any more
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asked “Lock” one specific file so that I nor root no longer have access to it any more
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accepted System Monitor and top reporting wildly different memory usage
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asked System Monitor and top reporting wildly different memory usage
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awarded  Teacher
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comment How to upgrade to a newer version of a package than is available in the repository?
I will accept this as the correct answer for this specific case, but the question "what is the best option to choose in general?" remains.
Dec
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accepted How to upgrade to a newer version of a package than is available in the repository?
Dec
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answered Which PDF Viewer would you recommend?
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comment How to upgrade to a newer version of a package than is available in the repository?
Where do I find who the repo manager is for a certain package?