sudo alternatives; for the minimalists

markham breitbach markham at
Mon Mar 13 17:55:20 UTC 2017

You can set a credential cache timer for sudo, so it will only ask for a
password every-so-often, or you can permit members of a particular group
access to sudo without and password required (particularly useful for
limited tasks of daemons/cron-jobs).


On 2017-03-13 11:21 AM, Harry Schmalzbauer wrote:
> Bezüglich Phil Eaton's Nachricht vom 13.03.2017 16:48 (localtime):
>> How do you feel about the security/doas port from OpenBSD?
> Thanks, most likely worth a look. But it has no credentials caching,
> does it?
> That's my most wanted feature, otherwise I'm still fine with su (no
> classic user privileging needed, only for admin tasks)
> -harry
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