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Old 10-19-2014, 11:34 AM   #1
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Anyway to keep gksudo access between programs in Lubuntu without using the terminal?


Anyway keep gksudo(gksu) access between programs in Lubuntu without using the terminal? I like to set time period of 30 minutes.

The tty_tickets was patched, so that workaround doesn't work. They were afraid of someone getting access from the Internet, which I kind find strange with some of the default programs installed, like bittorrent which allows anyone access to your system. The malware you can get from them.

What Ubuntu and its other flavors need is a timeout setting for gksudo. I already set the timeout for sudo in the visudo file.
 
  


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