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Oct
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answered Spreading stdin to parallel processes
Oct
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comment Avoid asking password if `su -m user command` is used under `user`?
Exactly, so su has no way of circumventing that. sudo is built for exactly what the OP want's to do, so he should rather use that then starting to fiddle with su's pam config.
Oct
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answered Avoid asking password if `su -m user command` is used under `user`?
Oct
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answered Build Gimp from custom-path libraries
Sep
28
answered How can I run a script during GNOME logout if I don't have admin privileges?
Sep
28
answered Shell script to recursively grep data from certain files in the directory and return values to file
Sep
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Sep
5
comment Is it possible to run two VPN clients at the same time?
vpnc is a lot more "cofiguration friedly". I'd suggest you try to make it work without the vpnclient
Sep
5
answered Is it possible to run two VPN clients at the same time?
Sep
4
comment How to export a vector graphic to eps?
neither pdf nor eps can handle grandients and eps does not support transparancy, IIRC. You will have to simplify your image so that all features can be represented using eps. Otherwise inkscape will always raster your image. What else is it supposed to do? After all that's the same routine used when printing ...
Sep
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revised is there something like a per-user daemon?
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revised is there something like a per-user daemon?
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Sep
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answered is there something like a per-user daemon?
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revised can't get gnome-session working over SSH
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comment can't get gnome-session working over SSH
it may be spelled with a X (capital x). Try Xnest
Sep
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revised can't get gnome-session working over SSH
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Sep
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comment can't get gnome-session working over SSH
does running a remote xterm work?
Sep
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comment How to operate as root in GUI?
@Kshitiz Sharma: no it's not.
Sep
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answered can't get gnome-session working over SSH
Sep
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comment How to operate as root in GUI?
Well, 1. if the directories aren't readable for you there's usually a good reason for it and 2. my Nautilus version 3.4.2 has exactly such an option as you describe. What system are you on precicely? I suppose you could always start nautilus as user root and use that to browse your fs. However, this may also not be what you want.