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Thread: How to browse as root in GNOME 3?

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    Default How to browse as root in GNOME 3?

    So,How to browse as root in GNOME 3?

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    Default Re: How to browse as root in GNOME 3?

    As in the filesystem? Isn't it
    Code:
    gnomesu nautilus
    ?

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    Default Re: How to browse as root in GNOME 3?

    Yes,but I get this error Nautilus could not create the required folder "/root/.config/nautilus".

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    Default Re: How to browse as root in GNOME 3?

    I normally log in as root via a term emulator then run gnomesu nautilus.

    works every time for me

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    Default Re: How to browse as root in GNOME 3?

    On 06/05/2011 08:06 PM, KarlasK wrote:
    >
    > Yes,but I get this error Nautilus could not create the required folder
    > "/root/.config/nautilus".


    something is wrong! (or maybe there is something about GNOME3 i don't
    understand....a lot actually)

    can you, open a terminal and do the following, in order, one at a time

    [CODE]
    su -
    ls -hal
    cd .config
    ls -hal
    [CODE]

    and copy/paste the both the input and output back to this thread using
    the instructions here: http://goo.gl/i3wnr

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    Default Re: How to browse as root in GNOME 3?

    DawthLasu Thanks,it worked

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