Bug#553672: system-tools-backends: *-admin apps report "You are not allowed access to the system configuration"
joss at debian.org
Tue Nov 3 14:18:35 UTC 2009
Le dimanche 01 novembre 2009 à 15:45 -0500, Jody Bruchon a écrit :
> Package: system-tools-backends
> Version: 2.8.2-1
> Severity: grave
> Justification: renders package unusable
> After upgrading from Debian stable "lenny" to testing "squeeze" the
> *-admin tools from gnome-system-tools always fail to start under the
> normal user account. I have tried force-removal and reinstall, as
> well as reinstalling gksu and other apps to no avail.
> gnome-network-manager also fails because of this and causes Epiphany
> to fall into "work offline" mode by default. I have had this breakage
> occur on more than one machine with "squeeze" and the only common
> thread has been manipulating packages. What little information I can
> find on this problem indicates that while it manifests most readily in
> gnome-system-tools failures, this package is apparently the actual
> source of the problem.
Please don’t try to second-guess which package is responsible for what,
just leave that for those who understand how things work. Instead, you
should explain clearly:
* what you are trying to do;
* what exact actions you are carrying out;
* which of them fail;
* the error messages you are seeing.
Since you also have trouble with network-manager (which has no
relationship whatsoever to system-tools-backends), it looks more like a
consolekit problem than anything related to gnome-system-tools. What is
the output of the "ck-list-sessions" command?
.''`. Josselin Mouette
: :' :
`. `' “I recommend you to learn English in hope that you in
`- future understand things” -- Jörg Schilling
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