SVN privilege for newly created user

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http://askubuntu.com – I am required to create a new user and then svn co into the newly created user's home directory by calling a bash script from a php page. The below example is a line from the sudoers file which I saw at some other forum. http ALL=NOPASSWD:/usr/sbin/useradd,/bin/mkdir,/bin/ln,/bin/chown,/bin/cp,/bin/sed This line obviously sets a passwordless sudo for the user http and adds privileges to the user http to use useradd, mkdir, chown, cp and sedcommands. I would not like to disable the sudo prompt for all users but just for the newly created user (I had seen an answer regarding commenting a cer (HowTos)