Some testing

Oliver Grawert ogra at
Sun Oct 22 08:56:00 BST 2006

Am Samstag, den 21.10.2006, 15:20 +0100 schrieb Reiner Schmid:
> Hello ,
> I also can confirm the bug  of gcompris
> > could you try running it with -x from a terminal ? 
> >   
> Yes, so it runs.
thanks for confirming, i commented on the bug from jonathan

> Another questions.
> Is it ok that a normal user has the rights of a admin under
> system/administration for some tools?
> So he is allowed to use "Lockdown Editor"= pessulus  and also the
> "Network Tools" for scanning ?!?
pessulus will be able to lock down your own environment if you want
that, if you run it as a user you wont be able to set system keys, but
be able to modify your own gconf keys in an easier way than through
gconf-editor so i think it makes sense.

for the network tools, i dont see any harm in most of them if a normal
user has access to them, but i agree about the portscanning thats a bi t
much for a common user. it might be worth to start an upsteam discussion
via a whishlist bug at

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