Smb4K prompts for root password after upgrading to openSUSE 12.2.


Upgraded to openSUSE 12.2 yesterday and now Smb4K won’t mount my bookmarks at startup. Error messages are shown and I am prompted for the root password. I have checked the sudoers file and it seems to contain the necessary entries:

# Entries for Smb4K users.
# Generated by Smb4K. Please do not modify!
User_Alias      SMB4KUSERS = gugrim
Defaults:SMB4KUSERS     env_keep += "PASSWD USER"
SMB4KUSERS      gunnar1 = NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/smb4k_kill
SMB4KUSERS      gunnar1 = NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/smb4k_umount
SMB4KUSERS      gunnar1 = NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/smb4k_mount
# End of Smb4K user entries.

Anyone knows what’s wrong?


The solution can be found here: Smb4K / Discussion / General Discussion:Root’s password required every (u-) mount

This seems one of the cases where the openSuse policy what should be allowed to users is to strict.

Thanks, that worked!