On Tue, Nov 25, 2014 at 09:20:35PM +0100, Petr Lautrbach wrote:
There are several use cases when local non-root users are not needed
all as others already pointed out.
Including in some cases where there should both be no root password
_and_ no local non-system users.
The change itself is simple however the problem is more complex
Here are some thoughts I have about the change:
- administrators are alerted when they use weak password for root by
This has long been the case. However, if it explains _why_, I forget,
for the same reason that this never works. (Yeah yeah whatever, I just
want to install my system now and keep using "godmode" as my root
password just like I always have so I don't forget it.)
- default sudoers uses password of an user for authentication, so
when I have a non-root user in wheel group, I only need one user's
password to become root
This is also the case already.
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