Description of problem:
Dolphin, launched by command "kdesu dolphin" does not work.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Press "Alt+F2". Enter "kdesu dolphin", where /usr/bin/kdesu - symbolic link to
Dolphin write strange message, which you can watch on screenshot. And does not
show contents of any folder.
It must work.
It strange, but if you enter "su", your root password and then from root run
"sudo dolphin" its work. And also then you can run dolphin by "Alt+F2" command
"kdesu dolphin" and now it is work! Very strange.
Created attachment 310400 [details]
Message, which write dolphin
I probably am mistaken but if I remember correctly from what I read Dolphin does
not have a super user mode. Maybe Kevin or Rex can shed some light on this.
There's no menu entry for it, but of course Dolphin is expected to work when
run through kdesu!
See I knew I was mistaken. I did check upstream and did not find any matching bugs.
So, did i must to report at bugs.kde.org?
Yes please report upstream at http://bugs.kde.org and add the upstream report
info to this report.
Ok, it have been added now:
Thanks for reporting upstream. KDE 4.1 release is imminent, please let us know
if this is still an issue after you upgrade. We will also monitor upstream.