kdesudo and the config problem
david at davidedmundson.co.uk
Sat May 12 16:44:29 UTC 2012
There is never a case to run "kdesudo kate /someFile".
Use "sudoedit /someFile". This uses root to copy the file to /tmp, you
then run the default editor (hopefully kate) as yourself, then
whenever the file changes you copy the file back (as root).
Not really answering the question/real problem, but making sure people
do this makes the problem less bad.
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