Kubuntu 6.06 , Firefox. install
tuxebi at gmx.de
Sun Sep 24 09:48:06 UTC 2006
On Sun, 24 Sep 2006 18:30:35 +1000
Nikolai <psalmos at swissinfo.org> wrote:
> Rein A. Smit wrote:
> > I have worked in a version of KDE where one had a file
> > manager that one could run with root privileges ( super
> > Kfile or something like it ) It would let you move, copy,
> > etc. files at root. Have not been able to find that
> > capability in Kubuntu. Does it exist?
> Yes, you just have to launch your file browser (whatever that
> is you want to use as such) with root privileges, e.g. to use
> Nautilus with root privileges, you would execute:
> sudo nautilus
in KDE, you could make up an icon on the desktop which executes
> Obviously you must keep in mind mistakes could be lethal when
> you are root.
yes it is easily absolutely lethal, so you should know what you
do before doing it....
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