| > Shouldn't sysadmins have a "regular" account that they use most of the
| > time, and a "root" account that is only used for system administration?
| > This is true on the routers as well as clients and servers, I think.
| > Other opinions?
| I do agree with you. As for becoming root, you have several ways :
| 1. have uid 0 accounts for sysadms with regular passwords,
| 2. have uid 0 accounts with calculators,
| 3. if you don't need that much security you can use S/key system
| with the above accounts.
Why do you rate S/Key as being less secure than calculators?