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On windows there is Windows Hallo with support for bio-metrics/pin/yubikey/smartphone app. Even if it's not a 1:1 alternative Im looking for something similar.

Is there any way to set up multi-factor authentication for Linux login (not ssh, local login) with support for using sudo etc to remove the need for entering a password?

Obviously fallback to password is acceptable. Usage of cloud services is OK as long as it's from a reputable and vendor.

Not for use at enterprise scale, just for a single workstation. Maybe yubikey is the only valid alternative with PAM? Would prefer using the smartphone for authentication since it's something i already have with me everywhere.

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  • I'm not sure I understand you thing with sudo and how it relates to passwordless logins. – Kusalananda Feb 11 at 13:16
  • Google authenticator+PAM configurations. – Rui F Ribeiro Feb 11 at 13:44
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Most 2FA systems support radius, so pam-radius will allow you to add 2FA to almost all linux services. Here's a list of examples: https://www.wikidsystems.com/support/how-to/keyword/pam-radius/.

  • Seems like radius is the way to go, thank you :) – Wrexthor Feb 14 at 10:47

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