Peter Czanik

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Peter Czanik

Peter is an engineer working as open source evangelist at Balabit (a One Identity business), the company that developed syslog-ng. He assists distributions to maintain the syslog-ng package, follows bug trackers, helps users and talks regularly about sudo and syslog-ng at conferences (SCALE, All Things Open, FOSDEM, LOADays, and others). In his limited free time he is interested in non-x86 architectures, and works on one of his PPC or ARM machines.

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7 sudo myths debunked

The most common misconceptions I've come across involve security, flexibility, and central management. Here, I debunk these sudo myths.

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I mainly use Joe as it has similar keyboard shortcuts as Turbo Pascal had once upon a time :) But of course I can use vi(m) as a fallback, as that's available on just about any UNIX/BSD/Linux system by default. I gave a try to Emacs a couple of times, but gave up quickly...