$ gksu rigo (and root password, when you use gnome or other DEs) OR
$ kdesu rigo (when you use KDE)
Ponder wrote:Rigo has stopped asking for my root password, it just fails with a "not authorized" message.
Am I missing something obvious?
My work around is to use equo, of course, but I'd like to solve this.
lxnay wrote:Do not run Rigo as root. It's plain wrong and not supported. Run Rigo as user.
Stupot wrote:Security concerns. You shouldn't be running things as root that don't absolutely require it. The files those programs create would then be owned by root and for some programs that means they will have the incorrect permissions to run as a user later.
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