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Run "sudo -u" without asking for the current user's password

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http://serverfault.com – I'm sorry if I missed an answer here. But I did Google this and couldn't find a straight forward answer. I want to enable the apache user to run commands as another user, but when I do: echo "PASSWORD" | sudo -u another_user -S echo "X" Inside a PHP script, I get: [sudo] password for apache: The apache user doesn't have a password, so I can't just output it in order to run sudo. Any way I can enable the apache user to run sudo for a specific set of commands under the another_user account without a password? PS.: I currently have apache ALL=(yourhost) /usr/bin/git --git-dir=/* --wor (HowTos)