Le mardi 01 mai 2007 à 14:34 -0400, Joey Hess a écrit : > Josselin Mouette wrote: > > 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. > > We're also supposed to be able to do it by updating the > libgksu-gconf-defaults alternative to point to > /usr/share/libgksu/debian/gconf-defaults.libgksu-sudo > > Apparently this isn't working. Someone will need to examine things to > see if d-i is not setting the alternative correctly, or if it doesn't > work; I don't know which it is. I didn't know about this one; as it is done, it should work, but you have to re-run update-gconf-defaults whenever touching the alternative, if it is installed. The problem I can see with the alternative is that you have to set it in d-i before libgksu is installed, which may cause the failure we're seeing. > Using a gconf key was discussed in the original design discussion, and > rejected since it means putting a non-dpkg managed file in /usr. > See http://bugs.debian.org/382670 You can still put a dpkg-managed symlink to a file in /etc. We can also consider modifying update-gconf-defaults to also read a directory in /etc, but I don't like it because there would be two ways to set gconf defaults for the administrator. -- .''`. : :' : 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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