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Originally posted by marghorp try setting that command to be run as root. I had a similar problem with dcgui.
The command to use is:
chmod +s adsl-start
Then the command will be run as root no matter who runs it. I don't know if this is a good solution. That is up to gurus to tell you. But it worked for me.
root@bubble:~# chmod -s /usr/sbin/adsl-start
root@bubble:~# login vertical
adsl-start: you must be root to run this script
Did'nt work... I also tryed to remove the root-check,
but with no positive results. =/
Originally posted by zaphodiv Strange. If you switch to a tty (alt+F1), log in as root, run adsl-start, stay logged in as root, switch to another tty or xwindow, log in as a user and try to use the internet, does it work?