Originally Posted by jagnikam
#sudo yum install superkaramba
That command would probably work fine on Ubuntu and derivatives, but on most Linux distros you have to drop the sudo thing and run the command as root proper either by switching to root using su -
or running the command by doing su -c "some command"
Also on Fedora, you have to install kdeutils in order to get Superkaramba, since Superkaramba is no longer a stand alone package, but part of kdeutils.