Re: [Bulk] Re: using zenity to write a sudo script ??
- From: William Case <billlinux rogers com>
- To: Stefano Sabatini <stefano sabatini-lala poste it>
- Cc: gnome-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [Bulk] Re: using zenity to write a sudo script ??
- Date: Wed, 26 Dec 2007 13:04:58 -0500
On Tue, 2007-12-25 at 11:50 +0100, Stefano Sabatini wrote:
> > #! /bin/bash
> > # Open nautilus as root
> > # file name: RootBrowse
> > sudo -K
> > zenity --entry \
> > --title="Browse files as root" \
> > --text="Enter your user _password:" \
> > --entry-text "" \
> > --hide-text | sudo -S nautilus --no-desktop --browser 1>/dev/null
> > 2>/dev/null
> > # End
> This works fine here, both from the commandline and launching it as a
> nautilus script.
It is a relief to know that both work for you. I went looking elsewhere
as a result of that information and found that the gnome-keyring-manager
| Seahorse | gnome-keyring is blocking my access to my passwords (for
other applications as well). It is a bug in Fedora 8. There is no
point in trying to get the script launcher working until this bug is
I really do appreciate your trying it out in both modes. I could have
gone on screwing around for hours.
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