‘What is a Submissive Linux Distro user?‘
- Anyone who accepts more than *ONE* password demand per computer session.
- Anyone who accepts annoying “Authenticate” popups or other pestering ‘Pesky Passwords’ demands after that *ONE* password per computer session.
Exceptions would be: ‘Technical people‘ such as Developers, Programmers, IT Specialists, Maintainers, etc.
Kali Linux has moved from a Default Root User to a Submissive Default Non-Root User:
I discovered this yesterday when I went to install the new Kali Linux 2022.1, and it wasn’t offering an admin account and/or root password. I’m a Fulltime Linux Root User on all my *OWN* home computers, so I immediately shutdown the installation.
- Kali Linux now has the Linux ‘Nanny‘ overseeing their Submissive “normal people” users, and apparently even many of their ‘Technical people‘ users.
Kali has started to use the Submissive Linux “traditional default non-root user” model that 95+% of all the other Linux Distros use. The entire Linux Community needs to take a cue from Android ‘n Chrome OS ‘n MS Windows! Linux is the **least secure** Operating System around, so that “traditional default non-root user” model isn’t even working in their focused Enterprise arena.
Too bad, it was once a great Special *PURPOSE* Linux Distro that even “normal people” could use, but a clear majority of “normal people” don’t want some Linux ‘Nanny‘ throwing annoying “Authenticate” popups at them or demanding other pestering ‘Pesky Passwords’.
- Don’t know who the Linux ‘Nanny‘ is? Go ask Roy Munson…
I deleted the Kali Linux Page, since I see no need for it now. I was going to replace that Page wid something like a ‘List of Distros for Submissive Linux users‘, but that list could fill a blog by itself.
LINUX IS LIKE A BOX OF CHOCOLATES – you never know what you’re gonna get!