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For those who don't want to dynamically add workspaces by clicking some "hot corner": CLI: $ gsettings get org.cinnamon number-workspaces 4 $ gsettings set org.cinnamon number-workspaces 12 $ gsettings get org.cinnamon number-workspaces 12 GUI: Open dconf-editor, navigate to org/cinnamon/number-workspaces, set the new value. Log out and log back in ...
The point of a “graphical sudo” is to prompt for the user's password. If you don't want a password prompt, use plain sudo. Run visudo to create an entry in the sudoers file with the NOPASSWD tag. Note that this entry must come after any ALL entry. Make sure that the DISPLAY and XAUTHORITY environment variables are preserved, to allow running X11 ...
You can use SSH with X forwarding (-X) and a key without password. SSH has the useful feature that keys can be limited to one command. This could be a kind of sudo replacement: Prevent the user from doing as root what he wants; limit him to what he must be capable of doing.
rabbitvcs-nautilus is fully integrated and it's a plugin for nautilus.
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