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I didn't find anything on AWS or boto3 docs that allows for that, but I was able to execute as a different user using the runuser command. In theory, you could do the same thing with a combination of sudo and su commands, but this one is pretty simpler. For that, you can do as follows: runuser -l userNameHere -c '/path/to/command arg1 arg2' Since send-...


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The first thing to point out, is that you should already be writing IP tables rules to a file, and restoring them from that file at start up - otherwise you will lose all of the rules when the server reboots. The standard commands to do this on Debian are: sudo iptables-save > /etc/iptables.up.rules sudo iptables-restore < /etc/iptables.up.rules DO ...


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If you want to modify the configuration and rules, so you must save the current configuration to a file. So step one is to save the rules configuration by typing the following commands: $ sudo iptables-save > /root/my-iptables.rules To restore it just use the command iptables-restore: $ sudo iptables-restore < /root/my-iptables.rules ⚠️ When you ...


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