PolicyKit + KDE

Christoph Feck christoph at maxiom.de
Wed Sep 2 01:14:00 BST 2009

Am Wednesday 02 September 2009 01:51:07 schrieb Dario Freddi:
> PolicyKit is not broken, it's simply that installing and validate files
> that actually set your policies for root stuff in a location editable by a
> standard user woul make it broken for real.

Sounds reasonable, but why does it have to install anything there at all? If 
not policies file is found, it should default to something safe. And users 
who know the root password can change them later.

Christoph Feck (kdepepo)

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