How can I make root commands run without needing root?

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  • Netdata

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    For a (rather complex) real world example of this, possibly see how Netdata’s installer script handles privilege elevation (the code you want to search for is ${ROOTCMD}, not sudo, as it’s designed to support any of sudo, doas, or pkexec). Each individual case where root permissions are needed involves an appropriate invocation of the privilege elevation command, which reduces to a no-op if the script happens to be run as root.

  • rofi-power-menu

    Configurable power menu mode for Rofi and dmenu

    I'm using rofi-power-menu for this, but I needed to edit the script, as it only works with systemd by default.

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