Ubuntu-Studio-users Digest, Vol 5, Issue 9

Asmo Koskinen asmo.koskinen at arkki.info
Fri Sep 7 10:21:57 BST 2007

Rafael Francisco Compte Mosquera kirjoitti:
> I have used sudo whitout an issue when I
> needed to do something as root. But I didn-t know about gksudo. Can anybody
> explain the difference?

Sudo works on command line, gksudo is for X. I also use "ssh -X" between 
two computers.

http://wiki.ubuntu-fi.org/Wiki/HDR_M-Audio_Delta_66 (sorry, finnish only)

I got laptop as daw (Digital Audio Workstation) and pc without graphical 
dekstop (Gnome, KDE, you name it) as HDR (Hard Disc Recorder).

But when I connect from laptop with ssh -X to the pc I can run a 
graphical program, let's say envy24control, on the laptop's Gnome 
desktop. Very powerfull combination.

Best regards Asmo Koskinen.

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