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Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
28
accepted How to logout from su-ed root at certain time
Dec
28
answered How to logout from su-ed root at certain time
Dec
9
awarded  Tumbleweed
Dec
2
asked Errors when working with stackoverflow, when connecting through squid proxy
Nov
29
asked How to logout from su-ed root at certain time
Nov
25
comment Can't block google logo in squid
Important thing: you must deny URLs before http_access allow good_domain, where you allow them.
Nov
25
accepted Can't block google logo in squid
Nov
22
awarded  Yearling
Nov
22
asked Can't block google logo in squid
Nov
22
accepted How to remove popup window when changing volume in XFCE
Nov
2
answered How to remove popup window when changing volume in XFCE
Nov
2
comment How to remove popup window when changing volume in XFCE
@jasonwryan Thanks a lot. In slackware I ran: removepkg /var/log/packages/xfce4-notifyd-0.2.2-i486-2 and it disappeared.
Nov
2
asked How to remove popup window when changing volume in XFCE
Sep
19
accepted Can't run su after changing permissions to su file
Sep
19
comment Can't run su after changing permissions to su file
I fixed it, thanks a lot
Sep
19
asked Can't run su after changing permissions to su file
Sep
19
accepted How to allow to run su instantly after I added the user to the appropriate group
Sep
19
comment How to allow to run su instantly after I added the user to the appropriate group
@Nils This user doesn't have a password. Seems, that it was asking me the password of wheel group, that I don't know. When I set the user password, it started to work. I am using Slackware 14.0
Sep
18
comment How to allow to run su instantly after I added the user to the appropriate group
No, it's my local machine. I login as user, then run X Session, then start a terminal and run su there to switch to root. I tried to run "newgrp wheel", but it asks for some password: bash-4.2$ newgrp wheel Password: root password doesn't work