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Tsundere wrapper for sudo command.

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Tsundere wrapper for sudo command.

Spice up your sudo password prompt with cute remarks. Hand-picked from most famous characters and internet memes. Also, you can add your own currated list of insults (in the future).


$ pip install tsudo --user

Enable sudo insults

Uncomment this line from your sudoers file

# Defaults insults

Enable credential caching

sudoers uses per-user time stamp files for credential caching. Once a user has been authenticated, a record is written containing the user ID that was used to authenticate, the terminal session ID, the start time of the session leader (or parent process) and a time stamp (using a monotonic clock if one is available).

Since pexpect spawn another child process using pty, each tsudo call will have different credentials. However, you can still use another tty creds by turning off tty_tickets.

Add this line to your sudoers file

Defaults !tty_tickets

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