I know where you are going with that question. No I don't use the root account for normal work -- I use Windows. But when I am in root fixing stuff and installing stuff that is when I most often come across things to check on; learn about; update or otherwise make note of. I use kjots all the time and would love to have those notes available to me as user so that I can followup on them; as well as for the occasions user has thought of things for root to take care of.
I have not only thought of making a super group, I've tried it. But /.kde has to be part of the path which is supposed to be a hidden directory and only works if I use kjots in root as a link.
Besides I thought that root had access to all files and setting up a super group shouldn't be necessary. More importantly to me, because I can't make it work it probably means I don't understand something that I thought I did understand. So I would like to solve it rather than work around it.
Last edited by wmcase; 10-15-2003 at 06:05 PM.