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muzerakascooby at gmail.com
Fri Jun 5 19:52:37 BST 2009
> On Friday, 05 June 2009 19:11:13 Muzer wrote:
>> kdesudo should always be used if an app accesses your home directory
> Why do you say this? I am curious.
Because sudo doesn't change the home directory to the /root directory
(when kdesudo does), so if files attempt to save into the home directory
using sudo, they will be inaccessible to the user, causing odd
permission denied errors next time you start it without sudo.
>> other words, virtually all graphical ones, and a few command line ones).
> Which examples of command-line bins would you use kdesudo to run?
Well, anything that needs a config file in ~. Things like midnight
commander (which I don't use, but it was the first example that came
into my head). To check, type ls ~/.*appname* (also try abbreviations
and other variations) - chances are if it has a config file you'll find
it. Again, virtually all graphical apps have config files there, so you
don't need to bother, just use kdesudo.
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GCS/CM/IT d>++ s+:- a---- C+++ UL+++>++++ P+>+++ L+++>+++++ E---->--- W+++ N o? K? w--- O+ M-- V- PS PE? Y-- PGP- t+ 5? X- R-- tv+ b++ DI D G++ e- h! !r y
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