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Re: Bug in SystemSettings Samba KDE Squeeze?

On 28/06/11 06:36, Matthias Müller wrote:
> Hallo,
> Am Montag 27 Juni 2011 schrieb Scott Ferguson:


> It's not only Samba Config.
> You also have start systemsetting as root if you want to config the 
> LoginManager  (I don't know if this is the correct name for it, in 
> German it's called "Anmeldungsmanager").
> I use "su-to-root -X -c systemsettings" 
> I think this section should also ask for root
>> Did I maybe miss a setting a Policy?
> Same question for me

Aah - I'd "assumed" it was greyed out due to Themes being in use, I'd
been just editing kdmrc by hand (doh!)
Thanks for pointing that out. I can't see to find a way to call the
Login module of SystemSettings on it's own, so running systemsettings as
root seems to be the only way to use the gui.
NOTE: I try and keep users away from admin functions - and when
necessary, at least limit the settings they have access to. And many of
the login settings I *don't* want them having access to!

I'll do a bit more research before logging a bug report - see if I can't
find a solution first.


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