Le mercredi 11 juin 2008 12:05:01 Frans Pop, vous avez écrit : > tags 485655 help > reassign 485655 user-setup > thanks > > On Tuesday 10 June 2008, Didier Raboud wrote: > > I think that the KDE CD images should install and configure sudo as the > > Gnome images do. > > KDE images _do_ install and configure sudo exactly the same as the regular > CD does if that option is selected in user-setup (as you can see if you > use sudo from konsole). Hi, I tried to install the LennyBeta2 KDE CD1 in Qemu and disabled the internet access (said during the install "just use the CD") and it did not... But I admit that this it "corner-case" > > Additionnally, it should configure KDE to use it correctly. > > This is probably what is currently lacking: automatically using sudo for > KDE administration tasks. > This is what the installer does for GNOME (note that it does not directly > change any configuration files, which is not allowed by policy): > > # Configure gksu to use sudo, via an alternative, if it's > # installed and the alternative is registered. > if $chroot $ROOT update-alternatives --display libgksu-gconf-defaults > > >/dev/null 2>&1; then > > $log $chroot $ROOT update-alternatives \ > --set libgksu-gconf-defaults \ > /usr/share/libgksu/debian/gconf-defaults.libgksu-sudo > $log $chroot $ROOT update-gconf-defaults > fi > > If something similar is possible for KDE, then please let us know what the > correct commands would be. Basically that info has to come from KDE > users/developers. One solution for KDE3 is to install the kdesudo package and to "dpkg-reconfigure" it to accept the usage of the kdesudo as drop-in replacement for kdesu. It will then use sudo. I CC'ed debian-qt-kde to get their piece of advice. Mine (as user) is that if sudo is used, kdesudo is necessary for good user experience. > I also suspect this problem may already have been resolved for kubuntu, so > if someone could check what is done there and tell us, that could work as > well. However, I don't see any change in Ubuntu's version of > user-setup-udeb for this. AFAIK, it is what they use. > Cheers, > FJP Regards, Didier -- Didier Raboud, proud Debian user. CH-1802 Corseaux firstname.lastname@example.org
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