Joined: 16 May 2007
|Posted: Sat May 19, 2007 3:54 pm Post subject: gksu "share foler" from nautils folder context men
I has been working on this for days but can't find a solution anyware.
I have installed sudo and disabled the root password as suggested by may people for security reasons.
I have also changed gksu mode to from su to sudo in gconf-editor.
Problem is that when going to "system>administration>users and groups" in gnome i was still being asked for an admin password not my user password (Now fixed) After checking out my girlfriends ubuntu machine because it is configured like this by default.
I found in her menu settings the command set for users and groups was "gksu users-admin" on my machine is was only "users-admin".
This is fine, I can change all the menu items that i need root privileges for to use gksu BUT.
The REAL problem is small but annoying. The share folder option in the folder context menu when right clicking a file is still looking for the root password and i can't find any means of changing that command.
Is there an easy way of having nautilis use sudo or gksu by default or even adding gksu to the command run my that menu option?
It works in ubuntu but i cant figure out how they have done it.