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#26 2018-08-10 00:33:19

DeepDayze
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From: In Linux Land
Registered: 2017-05-28
Posts: 442

Re: OpenDoas, a simple, secure `sudo` replacement from OpenBSD

elchanate wrote:

Do you have any plans on still trying to make a openDOAS package for Debian, or Linux,?
Sorry to see you deleted it,  I was going to see what I could do with it,... oh well,
Thanks
P.S. I like DOAS on OpenBsd, seems like it would be a better alternative to "sudo",
on Debian,... guess I will just stick with using "su" , on that.
Further up in the thread, some one asked about if both sudo and doas can be used, and
yes, at least on OpenBsd any way, I have both sudo and doas, and have not encountered any conflicts.
Thanks, and don't give up

Believe it was removed due to some bugs encountered and hopefully will be fixed. Haven't seen HoaS online in a while and hopefully he's just been real busy in real life.


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#27 2018-08-11 17:38:33

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Registered: 2015-09-17
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Re: OpenDoas, a simple, secure `sudo` replacement from OpenBSD

DeepDayze wrote:

Haven't seen HoaS online in a while and hopefully he's just been real busy in real life.

HoaS has left the project due to time constraints. No announcement was made because he left without making any announcement on his own.

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