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administrator mode #177

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piranna opened this issue Nov 13, 2015 · 1 comment
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administrator mode #177

piranna opened this issue Nov 13, 2015 · 1 comment

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@piranna piranna commented Nov 13, 2015

NodeOS don't have (and will never have) the concept of sudo or administrator user, but as told at issue #176, whoever that has phisical access to the can do whatever he want, so in that sense and since already there's a root/boot user to prepare the system when it's starting, allow to boot NodeOS in single mode to allow to do global wide configurations. This will require to reboot the machine and boot it in a special mode, so whoever that does it, he has local access and probably know what's doing.

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@piranna piranna commented Apr 8, 2016

Fixed in master, clossing.

@piranna piranna closed this Apr 8, 2016
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