On Saturday 26 November 2011 02:33:59 pm Laurent Dard wrote:
> Le 26/11/2011 19:31, Timothy Pearson a �crit :
> >> I don't think sudo should be a dependency.
> > It only is a dependency on distributions that use sudo in their core
> > packages such as Ubuntu.
> >> Also, why does trinity have it's own sudo? I'd think it should be able to
> >> find it in $PATH?
> > Look up the sudo RPATH "feature". Basically if the application is not
> > present in /usr/bin or a handful of other hardcoded directories sudo won't
> > find it.
> What are the trinity executables that really need to run with sudo?
> (I have no /opt/trinity/sbin and apps in /opt/trinity/bin may be run with
> sudo `which ...`.)
What come to mind right away are some of the kdeadmin stuff, such as KUser, which lets you add/remove/modify users and groups.
I'm sure there are others, but I can't think of them right now.
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