I wanna execute in a script of mine commands like: “sudo apt-get clean”
or “sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf”. The difference is:
The first command needs to be executed without influence to the main
process of the ruby scipt. It should simply be started as a second
process totally independent from the ruby-script which invokes it.
I think system(“sudo apt-get clean”) would be the right command.
The second command should be this way that it is the only one after it
has been executed. So the ruby-script should be stopped and therefor in
the same console nano should be opened.
I think exec(“sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf”) would be the right command.
But my problem is the password of sudo? How can I make my ruby-scipt
give the password to sudo so I don’t have to give it in every time?
one must still have chaos in oneself to be able to
give birth to a dancing star