gksudo disable elevation persistence

Fabio A. Miranda fabio.a.miranda at gmail.com
Sat Jan 16 20:08:15 UTC 2010

On Sat, 2010-01-16 at 14:48 +0100, Nils Kassube wrote:
> Fabio A. Miranda wrote:
> > Please, take the above code, and running it twice. The first time you
> > will get prom
> I'm no Java coder, so can you tell me how to run the code?
> >             comando = "/usr/bin/gksudo touch /bin/foo";
> According to what Karl and I suggestested that line probably would be 
> something like this:
>      comando = "/usr/bin/sudo -k;/usr/bin/gksudo touch /bin/foo";
> > You will see that a second attempt to execute it, with a different
> >  PID, will request no password.
> Because you didn't invalidate the sudo timestamp before your gksudo 
> command.

Yes, my mistake,  for the records, sudo -k did the trick. 

1TB of thanks


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