Failed To Communicate With Gksu Run Helper
But, when I open Synaptic or Gparted, a diferent window appears for my root password and when I enter it, I'm told : Unable to laucnh /usr/sbin/synaptic as root Fail at Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 0 Star 0 Fork 0 robinduckett/pam-face-authentication Code Issues 80 Pull requests 0 Projects You might have to boot with a livecd and mount the drive, then just hack it manually with an editor. I thought gksu was to run gui apps as user with root privileges.If you're in a root terminal, you wouldn't need gksu. Source
In general, Linux applications count on things being set up a certain way, which you're breaking. The time now is 09:26 PM. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. This is a *much* more secure system, which you should get used to. http://forums.debian.net/viewtopic.php?t=4046
The problem is you lost information and there's no easy way to get it back. On the terminal, when I'm asked to enter my root password, no problem. If it asks for the root password and you either didn't set it yet or forgot it, see this guide on how to boot linux into what amounts to single-user mode Reload to refresh your session.
If you mind, you could also create a report with hardinfo (should be either in extra or in the AUR). Further upgrades have failed to fix the problem. While expecting: gksu:waiting Starting synaptic from the terminal works. https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1820754 Reply With Quote 06-06-07,04:36 AM #17 MRD View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date Feb 2003 Location CT You really don't want to download the full debian distro
If I do, it's usually for something very quick, for which I use "su", I do what I need to, and I go back to my user. Reply With Quote 06-06-07,10:11 AM #20 MRD View Profile View Forum Posts Senior Member Join Date Feb 2003 Location CT Even if it had worked, it would have been a On most of the GUI windows that ask me the same thing, no problem too. Reply With Quote 06-05-07,10:58 AM #5 asusradeon View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Oct 2004 Location 127.0.0.1 ok so i removed my user entry from /etc/passwd and now
There should be a few seconds in the boot process where you can access the bootloader before it proceeds with the default bootup. https://forums.linuxmint.com/viewtopic.php?t=136893 This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. This is a *much* more secure system, which you should get used to. Search this Thread 03-11-2006, 03:49 PM #1 nixer4me LQ Newbie Registered: Feb 2006 Posts: 4 Rep: problems with su, gksu Hi, I run Debian etch and I did some
Offline #3 2011-01-09 00:13:20 dhaines Member From: Boston, Massachusetts Registered: 2011-01-07 Posts: 19 Re: GNOME "Root Terminal" / gksu Problem I created a new install of Arch under virtualbox and was this contact form I could probably share a copy of the virtual machine without too much trouble, if that would help (though it'd have to wait until I get back to work on Monday). It's an information theory problem essentially. Reply With Quote 06-05-07,02:19 PM #9 kel_p View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Mar 2007 Location Amsterdam Originally Posted by asusradeon ok well im back up and running
But then I went to the gksu url and saw that gksu was being replaced by gksu Polkit. Gettting the DVD with Jigdo isn't a big deal.. You signed in with another tab or window. http://technologyprometheus.com/failed-to/failed-to-communicate-problem-during-marshalling-unmarshalling-nested-exception-is.html Set a password in the wallet (if you want) and remember it (if you want.) Hope it helps your situation.
Failed to communicate with gksu-run-helper. Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. IIRC, you simply append single to the kernel command line to bunge into default single-user mode.
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You will generally run as your regular user, who will have the ability to run all your programs and write to your home directory, which is where you will store all just my 2 pennies Offline #13 2011-01-18 05:36:18 Captain Dunce Member Registered: 2011-01-14 Posts: 23 Re: GNOME "Root Terminal" / gksu Problem All right, I was wrong before but I'm well Reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org Chris Lale (on-list) Chris Lale (off-list) References: Configuration error running su in unstable From: Chris Lale
Thank you, sikander3786, now it works fine and I have access to Synaptic. We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. cheers for the advice Intel C2D T6400 2.0Ghz -- Dell Studio 1555 -- 4048MB -- Windows 7 Pro AMD Athlon X2 4200+ -- Asus V3-M2V890 -- 2GB Kingston -- Windows 7 Check This Out Try Again=(.
So I really don't see how this can kill the hole system really.. I can go very long periods without ever needing to log in as root. But if you turn every pixel to blue, you lose all the information. Precise 12.04 Review | Things to do after Installing 12.04 | Troubleshoot & Customize Unity | Android Blog - Cell Rabta Adv Reply August 10th, 2011 #3 Neraste View Profile
ok another format tomorrow.. (Note to self: Stop messing about under linux) Intel C2D T6400 2.0Ghz -- Dell Studio 1555 -- 4048MB -- Windows 7 Pro AMD Athlon X2 4200+ -- Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. Reply With Quote 06-06-07,04:32 AM #16 kel_p View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Mar 2007 Location Amsterdam Search http://www.debian.org/CD/ for all the ISO's you want. You signed out in another tab or window.