Re: Bug#271567: Can you disables the "locking" of the keyboard, mouse, ...
Em Qui, 2005-01-13 às 10:42 +0100, Javier Fernández-Sanguino Peña
> How about having this be configurable through something like
> /etc/gksu.conf and include a wrapper script to read it?
> That would introduce a way (since gksu does not seem to have an
> alternative) for average users to have the default behaviour (which is a
> good idea) and for users that need this option to enable it per default.
> The gtksu application could either read that or have a wrapper that (if
> that file contained and $OPTIONS):
Sounds good, too.
> Better solution:
> - Have gksu source a /etc/gksu.conf file directly
I can hack gksu to read the file.
> - Have gksu obtain additional configuration from user's Xdefault or through
> the GNOME registry?
having it use the GNOME registry would add another dependency to gksu,
which would make non-gnome-using application maintainers unhappy, maybe
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