Anyone have experience with runnit vs openrc vs s6? I was looking a Atrix and since I've only used systemd (at least, in the last two decades, or so), I'm kind of out of my depth.
I really just want to get a simpler system up and running. I also don't want to have to monkey around with a bunch of crapass sysv scripts.
Also, how hard is getting LVM/encryption up and running in Artix?
Been using `doas` as a simpler `sudo` replacement after hearing about it from @sir.
It works with minimal configuration and good defaults. I think I'll keep it, as sudo has lots of features I don't need.
I can, however, see how it's not as attractive in larger environments:
* Lacks extensibility for things like 2fa
* Password failures are immediate, allowing an attacker to potentially brute-force faster (no delayed/variable response time)
* Not *as* battle tested as sudo
Not bad, tho..
I did a #gemini thing:
Kind of in a mood today.
Nice, new #debian theme for 11 is "Homeworld"
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Make no mistake. Microsoft is coming for Linux. It's taken them longer than they'd like, but the tick is already under the skin with GitHub and NPM.
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