i want iso write with app “winusb” but error “sh: gksudo: command not found”
i can’t find “gksudo” for leap 42.1
how to install gksudo for leap 42.1?
Use “gnomesu” instead, or “kdesu” if you have a KDE installation.
The generic command is “xdg-su” which should even work on every distribution.
i install " libgnomesu"
the app good running but when write iso image
show error gui “Installation failed !Exit code: 32512
~> gnomesu winusbgui (gnomesu:2990): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: The property GtkButton:use-stock is deprecated and shouldn't be used anymore. It will be remo ved in a future version. (gnomesu:2990): GLib-GObject-WARNING **: The property GtkSettings:gtk-button-images is deprecated and shouldn't be used anymore. It wi ll be removed in a future version. (gnomesu:2990): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme directory of theme oxygen has no size field (gnomesu:2990): Gtk-WARNING **: gtk_window_set_titlebar() called on a realized window Gtk-Message: GtkDialog mapped without a transient parent. This is discouraged. (winusbgui:2996): Gtk-WARNING **: Theme directory of theme oxygen has no size field sh: gksudo: command not found
So your winusbgui runs gksudo on its own. No need to run it as root then, I suppose…
But, there is no gksudo in openSUSE, and I can’t even find a package on OBS.
Try to create a symlink to gnomesu then (or kdesu, if you prefer):
sudo ln -s /usr/bin/gnomesu /usr/local/bin/gksudo
how to run with kdesu? winusb for run need gksudo
Does a similar program for kde?
kdesu is a KDE program, and is similar to gnomesu and gksudo.
You can use either of them in the same way to run stuff as root.
But again, gksudo does not exist in openSUSE. If you (or an application/script you use) want to run it, you’d either have to compile and install it manually, or create a symlink as I told you.
If you prefer to use kdesu instead of gnomesu, replace gnomesu with kdesu in that command:
sudo ln -s /usr/bin/kdesu /usr/local/bin/gksudo
Your winusbgui should then just use gnomesu/kdesu instead of gksudo.
thanks for help
after compile “gksudo”, now good working