Can I configure Fedora 22 so anything needing root privileges asks for a password, rather than giving an error, and needing me to re-run with sudo? I wouldn't even mind having to type my password every time, without the few minute (or whatever it is) timer that it remembers the password for.
i.e. Instead of:
$ dnf history You don't have access to the history DB.
$ dnf history [sudo] password for <username>:
I think some of the gui apps do that, like the gui yum frontend back when I had that installed.
I'm thinking not... That it would be up to each app to implement this. But, I'm hoping it might instead be that apps say root privilege is needed, and there might be some way for the kernel (or wherever else) to remain in a blocking input stage (for the password) before returning whether the user has access.