I have a script that binds a socket to a port. It needs root privileges to do this. The problem is if I run it as root, then if I want to terminate the script, I have to run pkill as root. I understand that this is because the process "ruby" is owned by root, not by me. Is there an easy way to give the script root privileges without allowing root to own the process?
on 2014-05-07 23:14