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    Wink Need to run sudo for a normal user script sub-function

    I have a script with multiple functions
    vis
    function definition1() ...
    function definition2() ...
    function definition3()...

    #When I invoke the script I would like to have

    definition1
    sudo definition2
    definition 3
    exit 0

    From what I have read, because I want definition2 to be invoked via sudo, I should make it a stand alone script. But I really would like it to remain in this script because of defined variables and functions.

    Is it possible for a standard (non root owned script) to do some work with root's libraries if the script is run by an administrator ?
    Last edited by lsatenstein; 16th April 2018 at 07:00 PM.
    Leslie in Montreal

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