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PLEASE(1)							     PLEASE(1)

NAME
       please -	execute	a command as root

SYNOPSIS
       please <command>
       please -

DESCRIPTION
       Please aims to be little	sudo without bells and whistles.  Only pam au-
       thentication and	executing command.

       Name please fits	into unix naming conventions.  Where  we  have	daemon
       instead	of  background process.	 We are	killing	processes, not closing
       processes.  Now we can please to	run privileged process.

EXIT VALUE
       Upon successful execution of a program, the exit	 status	 will  be  the
       exit status of the program that was executed.

       Otherwise, please exits with non-zero value.

FILES
       /etc/pam.d/please  or  /usr/local/etc/pam.d/please    PAM configuration
       for please.

EXAMPLES
       Reboot system by	unprivileged user:

	 $ please reboot

       To get a	file listing of	an unreadable directory:

	 $ please ls /usr/local/protected

       Run a root shell:

	 $ please -

								     PLEASE(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | EXIT VALUE | FILES | EXAMPLES

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