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Re: tramp sudo or not sudo on remote server

From: Michael Albinus
Subject: Re: tramp sudo or not sudo on remote server
Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2011 19:51:25 +0200
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Eric Abrahamsen <> writes:


> The tramp manual explains how to access files as root on a remote
> server, with a two-jump system, but there doesn't seem to be any way to
> do this selectively: if I define a proxy, it seems to have me as root
> for all files on that server.
> Is there anyway to define two different methods for the same server, one
> that operates as my normal user and one that does a second jump to work
> as root?

There is no need to apply sudo for a normal user, you could always
access via ssh like "/ssh:user@host:". This does not interfere with your
proxy settings for root.

> Thanks!
> Eric

Best regards, Michael.

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