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Published in 2017-3-14 02:41:32 | Show all floors |Read mode
Who kills the user process?
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Orange Pi Zero
  1. <p>Root @ orangepiplus: / var / log # uname -r</p><p>3.4.39</p>
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All programs are executed under the root. All is well.
But if you borrow under the user. Then we get:

  1. <p>Alex_UUU @ orangepiplus: ~ $ sudo</p><p>Killed</p><p>Alex_UUU @ orangepiplus: ~ $ ps ax</p><p>Killed</p><p>Alex_UUU @ orangepiplus: ls /</p><p>Bin dev home lost + found mnt proc run srv tmp var</p><p>Boot etc lib media opt root sbin sys usr</p><p>Alex_UUU @ orangepiplus: ~ $</p>
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There is nothing in the logs.
  1. <p>Root @ orangepiplus: / var / log # getent passwd Alex_UUU</p><p>Alex_UUU: x: 1001: 1001 :: / home / Alex_UUU: / bin / bash</p>
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In /etc/sudoers
  1. Alex_UUU ALL = (ALL: ALL) ALL
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What is wrong? What nuances can be?

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Published in 2017-5-17 14:33:38 | Show all floors
to kill simply.
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  1. htop
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click on the buttons that are written.
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  1. killall firefox
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killall programName  
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