Originally Posted by ochienged
Sounds weird but, I would try using my user password. Some Linux distributions have certain tools that are configured to use sudo. Am not certain however, that could be the issue in this case too.
Thanks for replay to me. This is testing Debian Wheezy KDE 4.6.5 I have only issue with gdebi-kde, synaptic or from terminal: aptitude, apt-get install working fine after password accept.
In previous distro Debian Squeeze KDE gdebi-kde worked fine. Must be something wrong with permission or don't know yet