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Month: June 2014

Re: [trinity-users] bug when Installing

From: Chris Graham <chrisdgraham22@...>
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2014 17:27:42 -0400
Try Exe/Gnu 4.2, which is updated Debian Wheezy with Trinity
For me it's running fabulously well and has the advantage of traditional
permissions where you either login as root or as a user, or use su. Audio
worked out of the box. Slightly buggy Iceweasel is the only problem I've
had so far. With Exe.Gnu >> Debian sudo is optional.

I also had very good results with a March 2014 version of the Ubuntu nightly
build .iso with Trinity R14. Others on the list say R14 is slower than
but I didn't find this too noticeable. Nightlies are still Ubuntu 13.04. Audio
worked fine on two PC's but failed on a third.

KDM is configurable to allow all users to shut down, to allow root
login (via KDM)
or not and to disable/enable SAK by editing /etc/trinity/kdm/kdmrc.

KDM's SAK feature (secure attention key) should possibly be disabled before
shutdown after installation. On some machines the ctr+alt+delete command
doesn't work making it impossible to log in. I'd like to see SAK disabled by
default, since ctr+alt+delete almiost always fails in my experience.

On 6/12/14, Uwe Brauer <oub.oub.oub@...> wrote:
> Hi
> I run again in a bug with a corrupt suduers file and this time I did not
> set
> up a password for root, so most likely I have to install everything again.
> The error is
> sudo shutdown -r now
> sudo: /etc/sudoers.d/tde-secure-path is mode 0644, should be 0440
>>>> /etc/sudoers.d/README: /etc/sudoers.d/tde-secure-path near line 18 <<<
> sudo: parse error in /etc/sudoers.d/README near line 18