Re: GNOME panel and sudo
Tue, 19 Jul 2005 23:53:08 +0200
Le mardi 19 juillet 2005 Ã 20:06 +0000, Olafur Arason a Ãcrit :
> Ok i'll form this so this very clear:
> If you want to hide access to programs then all you have to do is to
> * change the permission of the .desktop and possibly binary file to 640
> * change the group of the .desktop file and possibly binary file to some group
> like admin, kids, video.
> * add user to that group.
> This is applicable for far greater things that just admin user. And the best
> of all you can do this without any code change and it just works.
> If you don't have the 640 change then it doesn't work because then any
> user can see it and that was the thing that you were trying to avoid.
So we don't want to fix the same problem ;-)
You're trying to make these items totally unreadable while I'm trying to
just hide them in the menus. I don't think making them totally
unreadable is what we want since I see absolutely no reason to have them
unreadable (as I already said).
But your solution is a possibility too :-)
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