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Bug Reports 2011-02 - [solved] no gparted, no sux

wannek3 - 15.07.2011, 09:52
Post subject: [solved] no gparted, no sux
Hi,

and thanks a lot for the new release!

I wanted to start gparted (which is now again available in the kde-menu).
-> Nothing.

ok, manually:
bash> gparted -> there is no gparted.

ok, become root:
bash# gparted -> no X

ok, sux:
sux# gparted -> no .Xauthority.

ok, copy that from the aptosid-user to /root.
sux# gparted

YES!

But why has it to be such complicated? Please?
rtripp - 15.07.2011, 17:05
Post subject: RE: no gparted, no sux
If you're desperate a simple user fix for gparted = right click >start to edit the menu items for start>system>gparted. I removed the gksu and clicked "advanced" to run as root. Worked with i386-DVD
krisbee - 16.07.2011, 10:58
Post subject: RE: no gparted, no sux
ALT+F2 > kdesu gparted
jose - 17.07.2011, 14:42
Post subject: RE: no gparted, no sux
Hi, I solved it using 'kdesu' instead of 'gksu' in the solution given by rtripp.
Thanks to rtripp and krisbee, and wannek3 for oppenig this bug repport.
jose - 17.07.2011, 14:47
Post subject: RE: no gparted, no sux
I forgot to say this is valid for KDE (kdesu). I am using amd64 version.
wannek3 - 18.07.2011, 06:51
Post subject: RE: no gparted, no sux
Thanks @all, Your suggestions all work! Marked as solved.
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