I want to set up one-time passwords for both remote access via ssh and for local console login access to an Arch Linux server (no GUI anything). The server runs in a small business environment and its function is primarily hosting KVM and LXC virtual machines. The system is fully updated and running Linux kernel 4.9.6.
There have been packages in the past (i.e. OPIE) that were found to be buggy and insecure and were thus removed from most every distribution's official repositories.
There is currently a package called OTPW (One Time PassWord). I've seen OTPW mentioned in several posts here, but with no description or commentary. Regarding Arch Linux, OTPW is only available from the AUR.
So, my question is mainly just whether anyone knows of a solution available using only packages from the official Arch repositories.
Secondarily, does anyone know a reason why OTPW isn't in the official repositories? Although I strongly prefer using official Arch packages, could OTPW or another another third party package provide a simple, secure solution?