Le mardi 01 mai 2007 à 14:30 +0200, Christian Perrier a écrit : > Quoting Frans Pop (firstname.lastname@example.org): > > On Tuesday 01 May 2007 08:56, Christian Perrier wrote: > > > Hmmm, I fail to understand why this bug is reassigned to user-setup. > > > > IIRC this issue has been reported before and we've reassigned to Gnome > > before, no idea which exact package. > > > > > I however wonder whether this bug is indeed "menu entries using 'gksu' > > > should be corrected to use 'gksudo' when the "sudo way" is chosen in > > > D-I. That could have been Joeyh's rationale when reassigning the bug. > > > > D-I is not allowed to modify menu entries like that. You don't have to modify menu entries; gksu can be made to behave like gksudo by setting the /apps/gksu/sudo-modo GConf key. > If anything needs > > fixing, it should be done by the Gnome team, or else the whole concept of > > the "sudo" installation needs to be revised. > > Well, let's ask the GNOME team, then. > > So, which package should we reassign #421323 to? I think it's up to debian-installer (or whatever package is responsible for this choice) to set the GConf key so that gksu doesn't need any other configuration. Any other way will lead to the same thing configured in two places. You can override another package's GConf defaults by putting a file in /usr/share/gconf/defaults (e.g. with dh_gconf) but I didn't think about making it configurable by maintainer scripts (system administrators can always override them with gconftool or gconf-editor). It can of course be done by adding a symlink to somewhere in /etc, or by using an alternative. -- .''`. : :' : We are debian.org. Lower your prices, surrender your code. `. `' We will add your hardware and software distinctiveness to `- our own. Resistance is futile.
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