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The only two mechanisms on Unix which actually elevate privileges because they are built into the kernel are users, groups, and setuid. Those who are swayed more because of rhetoric rather than the actual argument are beyond reason anyway. I really find their reasoning quaint, allowing system time to be changed without entering a password is for convenience. So, obviously, the simplest way to start is to remove the USE flag "policykit" from my global use flags and do a world update and see what happens. check over here
Heres the freedesktop entry for a more authoritative statement. Emerge systemd, >> and purge CK from your system; I did that almost a year ago. >> >> Regards. >> >> On Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 2:03 AM, Helmut Jarausch permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]w2qw 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(2 children)Well sure it's a bug in Ubuntu not necessary sudo. These are all upstream (GNOME, freedestkop) decisions, you can't expect them to maintain code that doesn't follow their technical direction.
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consolekit was the clue. This is my .xinitrc file and yes it works fine. The biggest pain is managing accept_keywords, some stuff you need will always sooner or later require you to unmask a certain keyword for a specific package and you sort of forget http://forums.funtoo.org/topic/834-cant-install-network-manager/ ssuominen wrote: Hint: It's also good idea to mask sys-apps/hal in /etc/portage/package.mask to prevent it's installation and to detect remaining cruft when emerging world.
For once I had most of it right. Many thanks for a hint, Helmut volkerarmin at googlemail Jul22,2013,1:51AM Post #2 of 41 (8064 views) Permalink Re: systemd - are we forced to switch? [In reply to] Am Montag, 22. Cheers Back to top NeddySeagoonAdministratorJoined: 05 Jul 2003Posts: 25631Location: 56N 3W Posted: Sun Jan 16, 2011 11:25 am Post subject: ssuominen, Works for me ... Back to top ssuominenDeveloperJoined: 30 Sep 2005Posts: 1148Location: Finland Posted: Mon Jan 17, 2011 12:40 pm Post subject: Ant_P wrote: Is PAM really mandatory now?
Their logic is "You need physical access to a computer of an administrative user who needs to have used sudo once before so the risk is not that great.", well, the Thanks for the support! (This post was last modified: 2014-06-30 17:33 by soopersonic.) find quote fritsch Team-Kodi Developer Posts: 15,906 Joined: Aug 2011 Reputation: 468 Location: Stuttgart* 2014-06-29 18:54 Post: #7 So I thought "Well, this is easy", well, not really, turns out that one of the things that did not get removed was polkit itself, it's still there. boku (01.02.2014 22:46:56) СсылкаОтвет на: комментарий от boku 01.02.2014 22:46:56 rc-update add consolekit defaultДобавлен. Все равно.Kroz ★★★★★ (02.02.2014 12:01:58)Последнее исправление: Kroz 02.02.2014 12:02:15 (всего исправлений: 1) СсылкаПокажи /etc/pam.d/system-local-login и emerge --infoPinkbyte
Well, turns out it's pretty hard to remove polkit to the point that repeated "This is BS" went through my mind attempting to do so. check my blog reconfiguring networking (privileged because, in the general case, it's an availability and potentially integrity issue) Nope, you do this by writing to a configuration file owned by root so that only but i dont use hal in the daemons, dont know how necessary that one is. If you just restrict yourself to what is offered by sudo it's a lot harder to overlook stuff.
permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]MiUnixBirdIsFitMate[S] 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(1 child)sudo has that covered as well. All rights reserved.KDE Community Forums has no liability for any content or post. That said, I do have libpulse0 because qemu was built against it, but generally speaking its safe to have the libs installed for things as long as you don't have the this content I don't (often) need to connect external hardware, thus no need for automount/-discovery or similar things.
I just said what it was, and that I removed it for not using it. There is nothing wrong with being a confrontational asshole. Well, it's not a bug because they say it isn't.
permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]bnolsen 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(2 children)just keeping up with all the use flags is a monumental task.
Regardless. Offline #9 2011-10-14 23:52:40 oboedad55 Member From: Baku Registered: 2011-04-05 Posts: 392 Re: [SOLVED] ConsoleKit session / dbus Loading wolfdogg wrote:thanks, i forgot to add dbus to the daemons also. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]hirnbrot 2 points3 points4 points 1 year ago(2 children)That's not polkit's fault - that's the fault of your updating gizmo (or your WM for showing it over your presumably fullscreen video application). Would you seriously then be required to have polkit installed just to run Kate or Wine without being able to compile that functionality out of it?
Chromium is definitely the biggest offender ever though. You assumed I didn't know how polkit worked from the simple information that I wanted to remove it, the OP absolutely made no attempt to discuss the workings of polkit whatsoever, This does not follow. have a peek at these guys My window manager doesn't even support it.
Yes. Edit also it does make some things more secure for example rootless X servers. Yelling is far easier than explaining yourself. And ad-hominem can be true, however irrelevant to the point.
How did you resolve this conflict? My debug log doesn't show anything specific when clicking Suspend in the menu: Code: 11:03:02 T:139934441428928 DEBUG: Keyboard: scancode: 0x74, sym: 0x0112, unicode: 0x0000, modifier: 0x0
11:03:02 T:139934441428928 DEBUG: OnKey: down All messages belong to and are the opinion of their respective authors.KDE and K Desktop Environment are trademarks of KDE e.V. • For more details, contact the Forum Administrators. At which point you might as well just use sudo and su and cut the bloat.
Contact Gossamer Threads Web Applications & Managed Hosting Powered by Gossamer Threads Inc. Adding confrontation into the mix only stunts your ability to have a reasoned discussion, because everyone is vulnerable to emotion. Emerge systemd, > > and purge CK from your system; I did that almost a year ago. > > > > Thanks, just purged consolekit from my system after setting > Humans aren't automatons.
I am presently trying Xfce again for the upteenth time. ;) Especially for computers to sell people who need to be _free_ from proprietary OSes. What Gnome packages does Evolution require, and do those deps pull in systemd? This was running systems over several years. Polkit is shit.
My biggest failure was initially setting it up wrongly. But what have you achieved then? It's really up to you where you want to put it, just be sure it's there only once and you are not duplicating previous location!