PolicyKit + KDE

Allan Sandfeld Jensen kde at carewolf.com
Wed Sep 2 07:29:35 BST 2009

On Wednesday 02 September 2009, Dario Freddi wrote:
> 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.
There is nothing preventing us from setting suid flags or other hints that 
these files are root-authorized and still install them to other places. If 
policykit can't work in a unix-like environment it is broken and we shouldn't 
use it.


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