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Post subject: [SOLVED] - KDE configuration  PostPosted: 08.08.2011, 17:23



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Hello, I tried to make some changes in the kde like changing the booting screen, and stuff like that but it says I dont have admin rights, and giv an error, code 4. Must I change the run level or am I missing something?

Thanks.


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Post subject: RE: KDE configuration  PostPosted: 08.08.2011, 17:30



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apt-get install polkit-kde-1
 
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Post subject: RE: KDE configuration  PostPosted: 08.08.2011, 18:26



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yes, it changed the looks on my bottom pannel, acording to the theme, but when I want to automatically log in, says cannot authentificate, error code 4, or when I want a theme for log in, if I want do get one from internet, I click install but does not activate, does not appear in the list, among others default ones... Thanks.

LE: Also after restart, color scheme changes to default, does not keep the way I want to Sad
 
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Post subject: Re: KDE configuration  PostPosted: 08.08.2011, 23:39
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      daniel_ro wrote:
Hello, I tried to make some changes in the kde like changing the booting screen, and stuff like that but it says I dont have admin rights, and giv an error, code 4. Must I change the run level or am I missing something?

Thanks.


Are you talking about system settings changes ? (login screen, etc )

try in konsole

      Code:
sux > password (root password)

dbus-launch systemsettings


make your changes
 
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Post subject: RE: Re: KDE configuration  PostPosted: 09.08.2011, 07:50



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yup, it did work... pfiu, quite a hassle Smile

thanks piper!
 
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