Slackware64 -current, SlackBuild's gksu problems run-helper...
didnt find a solution or another instance running slackware64 current..
everything built fine, tried and everythings executable...
I also have Alien's multilib installed, with only firefox and flashplugin as 32bit, everything else 64bit.
I can't open any apps as root by normal user
Is your user a member of the group "wheel"?
thanks for answering
yes, user is member of wheel group
user is member of these groups
main group users
heres sudoers which may be wrong, though no errors doing visudo
the sudoers is a experiment so its messy...
but any command like "gksu lxterminal"
results in the error...
Gksu has been radically changed and now uses a different system to escalate privileges and has changed the way way it reads its arguments and ( in my opinion ) doesn't work at all except for very simple arguments ie "gksu gedit" works fine but "gksu gedit --new-window" causes gksu to fall over it is now all but useless ( you now also have to give the ROOT password rather than your admin password like before )
hello Keith Hedger
I got around some of gksu's problems in all my slackware/arch installs by porting debians
"su-to-root" script to slackware/arch
the command being instead of "gksu /usr/bin/pcmanfm"
to "su-to-root -X -c /usr/bin/pcmanfm"
and you gotta have a .su-to-rootrc in users home
which just says
However, none of it works on the 64bit slack....
Actually I have now changed my scripts to use zenity to ask for a password and use sudo -S ie:
( the test part is just to see if i need to pop up a dialog to ask for the password )
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