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Fri Jun 5 23:00:16 BST 2009
On Friday, 05 June 2009 23:54:16 Muzer wrote:
> No. If you use sudo instead of kdesudo, as was just proved, some files
> in your home directory could change permissions
Okay - so it boils back down to my reply to Steven then:
kdesudo for when you want gui stuff involving 'apps in windows'
sudo for when it starts and ends on a command line.
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