openSUSE doesn't support gksu, gksudo or beesu

Bug #560708 reported by M. van der Heide on 2010-04-11
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Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
USBManager
High
Magnun Leno

Bug Description

openSUSE doesn't support gksu, gksudo or beesu, so I'm unable to change anything on the USB cards.
Is there another way to

Magnun Leno (magnun-leno) wrote :

I might be wrong but, I think you can install gksudo with yast. In case I'm really mistaken, can you check if you have the gnomesu command. If you check its syntax for me I can add its support really quickly.

Thanks

OsZ (toszlanyi) wrote :

'gnomesu' istalled doesnt work either. I think most of the openSUSE users are on KDE (as I am) where 'kdesu' works best.

Also what is not working but would make it much easier is if the usbmanager was started with root privileges. Even then the prog looks to become root but I started it under root already.

Thanks for the nice prog anyway. Will become a very easy and comfortable app once its working with KDE root rights.

Cheers,
OsZ

Magnun Leno (magnun-leno) wrote :

I'll check the syntax for gnomesu and add its support in the next version of USBManager. Since USBManager was made for Gnome it doesn't support kdesu but I'll take a look on its syntax too and add it.

Sorry for the late response.

Changed in usbmanager:
importance: Undecided → High
status: New → Confirmed
assignee: nobody → Magnun Leno (magnun-leno)
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