I need that a new user could execute
sudo without any request of password, because this user has in
.sh that uses
sudo for some commands.
I created a new user on my ubuntu server 16.04 x64
adduser my-user sudo gpasswd -a my-user sudo
visuo i added this line, based on this question
my-user ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD : ALL
After reboot I logged in using
my-user and tried to do sudo clear, but it ask me the sudo password.
NOTE: I've added the crontab using
crontab -e my-user so I suppose my script is executed as
my-user. In fact, the crontabbed script crashes telling me in the log about a
sudo request of password. I really need to execute the script in this way to be able to create file with
my-suer as owner.
Please tell me if some steps/lines were not needed and how to make able
my-user to execute
sudo without password request.
PS: I seen this question, but I'm not able to make it working so I need a more precise explanation, because my situation is different: i'm running a crontab script and I need it do not ask for sudo password