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Changed in policykit-desktop-privileges (Ubuntu): status: New → Confirmed Dimitri Bakalow (dimitri-bakalow) wrote on 2013-10-19: #9 Well... Also fixed the pulseaudio sound problem i had and never figured out a solution for it. Globally Create the following file as root: /etc/polkit-1/rules.d/49-nopasswd_global.rules /* Allow members of the wheel group to execute any actions * without password authentication, similar to "sudo NOPASSWD:" */ polkit.addRule(function(action, subject) { Whatiscausingthisallofasudden? Check This Out

etc. For all purposes relating to personal configuration of a single system, only /etc/polkit-1/rules.d should be used. OnethingIdiddoyesterdaywasanonlineupdate,buttherewereonly 5 updatesthatweresecurityrelated. Thank you so much! https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse/2007-07/msg01163.html

I also note the same thing on the login screen. As an example, you might want regular users to start and stop wpa_supplicant: /etc/polkit-1/rules.d/10-wifimanagement.rules polkit.addRule(function(action, subject) { if (action.id == "org.freedesktop.systemd1.manage-units") { if (action.lookup("unit") == "wpa_supplicant.service") { var verb = action.lookup("verb"); Rob Frohne (frohro) wrote on 2013-10-19: #11 HI Dimitri, It is nice to have some company. Tried version of #32 * modified to session required pam_systemd.so in /etc/pam.d/common-session * reboot => did not work Tried version of #32 * modified (reverted) to session optional pam_systemd.so added session

If an image is rotated losslessly, why does the file size change? Like here http://askubuntu.com/questions/420917/how-can-i-replace-upstart-with-systemd Davim (davim) wrote on 2014-10-25: #63 I got the same problem on upgrading from 14.04 to 14.10. couldn't edit users, network, suspend, shutdown, etc. What now?

Can't use Software Updater unless I invoke it with sudo from the terminal... If she herself is a member of the group designated as admins, she only need enter her own password. Allow management of individual systemd units by regular users By checking for certain values passed to the polkit policy check, you can give specific users or groups the ability to manage http://www.forosuse.org/forosuse/showthread.php?t=12055 Rob Dean (rob-dean) wrote on 2014-11-06: #70 I'm having this problem on upgrade to Utopic (Kubuntu system) - ie unable to mount USB, clicking shutdown gets me to the login screen.

auth_admin_keep: The same as auth_admin but, like sudo, the authorization lasts a few minutes. rndmerle (rndmerle) wrote on 2014-12-16: #73 I tried every single solution, even #69, and nothing worked for me. auth_self_keep: The same as auth_self but, like sudo, the authorization lasts a few minutes. Not sure what I could try in order to help.

Simon Déziel (sdeziel) wrote on 2015-11-09: #78 I ran into this problem on Lubuntu 14.04. http://linux.derkeiler.com/Mailing-Lists/SuSE/2008-02/msg00245.html These are default setting and unless overruled in later configuration will be valid for all users. Continue × Support Forms Under Maintenance Submitting forms on the support site are temporary unavailable for schedule maintenance. The error happened in relation to manual a password reset I did (replaced shadow and passwd with a backup).

Was this article helpful? [Select Rating] Request or Create a KB Article » × Request a topic for a future Knowledge Base Article Request a topic for a future Knowledge Base his comment is here polkit-read-auth-helper: cannot lookup user for name for uid policykit Description Running Polkit also known as Policykit with Authentication Services installed returns errors such as the following:ERROR:1. Thanks Alurian Nighthawk (howe20032003) wrote on 2014-08-05: #56 Can confirm Solution #32 working as well. For security purposes, sudoers is still the way to go.

Hence, to add an authorization rule that is processed before other rules, put it in a file in /etc/polkit-1/rules.d with a name that sorts before other rules files, for example 00-early-checks.rules. Disregard my prior comments. init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: at-spi2-registryd main process ended, respawning init: this contact form Pero bueno, la configuracin por defecto debera funcionar.

This will result in automatic authentication for any action requiring admin rights via Polkit. Nothing worked. http://bugzilla.novell.com/ RedDwarf Ver Perfil Buscar Todos los Mensajes de RedDwarf #5 10-abr-2007, 11:44 gatopoly Aforado Fecha de Ingreso: 09-diciembre-2006 Ubicacin: Paris Versin: suse linux 10.2 Mensajes: 31 Agradecimientos:

User1 (user1) Choose identity to authenticate as (1-2): 2 Password: ==== AUTHENTICATION COMPLETE === Mounted /dev/sdm1 at /media/user1/USB512MB.

AtesComp (atescomp) wrote on 2014-01-29: #50 Cleaned up /etc/pam.d and used "sudo pam-auth-update" and "sudo pam-auth-update --force" to autofix thing. Maybeit'suseful. Cinnamon, Deepin, GNOME, GNOME Flashback, KDE, LXDE, LXQt, MATE and Xfce have an authentication agent already. It didn't work for me though.

NetworkManager (org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.policy) actions regulated by polkit include turning on and off the network, wifi or mobile broadband. The defaults can be overruled but editing the actions files is NOT the correct way. Los borre y sigue sin funcionar... navigate here Did "sudo pam-auth-update --force" and "sudo apt-get remove --purge libpam-ck-connector" as #52 suggested, and after a reboot, everything worked again!

gatopoly Ver Perfil Enviar un mensaje privado a gatopoly Buscar Todos los Mensajes de gatopoly #2 09-abr-2007, 17:39 RedDwarf Miembro FOROSuSE Fecha de Ingreso: 11-mayo-2006 Versin: openSUSE 12.1 Of course it depends on which display manager is used as only one can be in use at a time - Ubuntu has lightdm and Lubuntu has lxdm... it'd be great to get that bit of functionality in i3. Here are the sample commands: $ udisksctl mount -b /dev/sdm1 --no-user-interaction Error mounting /dev/sdm1: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.UDisks2.Error.NotAuthorizedCanObtain: Not authorized to perform operation $ udisksctl mount -b /dev/sdm1 ==== AUTHENTICATING FOR org.freedesktop.udisks2.filesystem-mount === Authentication

After create policy file, I'm able access from thunar to usb disk, create and delete files on it, but I can't umount it. BestRegards, CharlesLi(李彬) ================ NovellChina TEL:+861065339237 Mobile:+8613521604968 Email:[email protected] http://www.novell.com ================ >>>ArtFore07/24/0710:55AM>>> UsingSuse10.2onDellLatitudeD820,whenIpluginanexternalUSB harddriveIgettheabovemessage.Thisisanewproblem.Thisused to work,butlatelyIhavebeenhavingproblemswithusbdrives.Alsojust trieda1GBSandisk,sameproblem. The file dates seem to indicate that the PAM entries were not in the kdm file or @include chains before the update. Finally, I retried a previous solution: Tried version of #32 * Added session required pam_loginuid.so session required pam_systemd.so to top of /etc/pam.d/kdm Logout, Restart X, Login This worked.

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It does not work: - SD-cards - Shutdown via the menu, but with the power button - Sound - 3D-assalaration (Intel card) Dimitri Bakalow (dimitri-bakalow) wrote on 2013-10-19: #15 Both of los trate de modificar metiendo "all" y "True" donde no habia nada y no funciono. I have reported the issue to ulatencyd as https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ulatencyd/+bug/1404653 Bjoern Stuetz (bjoern-stuetz) wrote on 2014-12-22: #75 Solution #74, i.e., removing ulatencyd worked for me. OK × Contact Support Your account is currently being set up.

I think, but I'm really not sure at all, that the issue started when I disabled the autologin feature from lightdm ; but I was reinstalling everything so I was doing yes: The user is authorized to carry out the action without any authentication. To get an idea of what polkit can do, here are a few commonly used groups of actions: systemd-logind (org.freedesktop.login1.policy) actions regulated by polkit include powering off, rebooting, suspending and hibernating Rob Frohne (frohro) wrote on 2013-10-19: #16 Well, Dimitri's solution in #9 above didn't help my situation, so maybe there are several causes of the same symptom.

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