Re: You must be root to run NetworkManager --version / --help

On 07.04.2015 18:15, poma wrote:

$ NetworkManager --version
You must be root to run NetworkManager!

$ NetworkManager --help
You must be root to run NetworkManager!

$ su

# NetworkManager --version

For comparison:

$ /usr/lib/systemd/systemd --version
systemd 216

$ /usr/lib/systemd/systemd --help
systemd [OPTIONS...]

Starts up and maintains the system or user services.

  -h --help                      Show this help
     --test                      Determine startup sequence, dump it and exit
     --no-pager                  Do not pipe output into a pager
     --dump-configuration-items  Dump understood unit configuration items
     --unit=UNIT                 Set default unit
     --system                    Run a system instance, even if PID != 1
     --user                      Run a user instance
     --dump-core[=0|1]           Dump core on crash
     --crash-shell[=0|1]         Run shell on crash
     --confirm-spawn[=0|1]       Ask for confirmation when spawning processes
     --show-status[=0|1]         Show status updates on the console during bootup
     --log-target=TARGET         Set log target (console, journal, kmsg, journal-or-kmsg, null)
     --log-level=LEVEL           Set log level (debug, info, notice, warning, err, crit, alert, emerg)
     --log-color[=0|1]           Highlight important log messages
     --log-location[=0|1]        Include code location in log messages
     --default-standard-output=  Set default standard output for services
     --default-standard-error=   Set default standard error output for services

$ ModemManager --help
  ModemManager [OPTION...]

DBus system service to communicate with modems.

Help Options:
  -h, --help                   Show help options
  --help-all                   Show all help options
  --help-test                  Show Test options

Application Options:
  --debug                      Run with extended debugging capabilities
  --log-level=INFO             Log level: one of [ERR, WARN, INFO, DEBUG]
  --log-file                   Path to log file
  --timestamps                 Show timestamps in log output
  --relative-timestamps        Use relative timestamps (from MM start)

$ ModemManager --version

** (ModemManager:4483): WARNING **: Unknown option --version

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