Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 76363
File Manager -Super User Mode fails to run for regular user
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:47:48 EDT
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Description of problem:
All of this occurs in a stock RH KDE. I have not tried Gnome.
After a couple weeks of use, the konq file manager super user mode will not run
for a regular user login. Running from a terminal after doing su, I get this:
[p@800 p]$ su
[root@800 p]# konqueror
DCOPServer up and running.
mcop warning: user defined signal handler found for SIG_PIPE, overriding
/tmp/mcop-p is not owned by user
I can't do anything to get it to work right, not even rebooting. Not even
re-installing the OS as a matter of fact. This also used to happen with RH 7.3.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Login as regular user
2.Run Extras>System Tools>File Manager - Super User Mode
3.Nothing happens after entering password.
Actual Results: Nothing.
Expected Results: File Manager in Super User Mode should run.
I hate to report that this issue is now occuring in RH 9. In KDE, try to run
File Manager - Super User Mode, the window pops up, the file icons appear, and
then the window disappears.
There appears to be a submitted bug report on KDE's bugzilla in which someone
has posted a patch for ARTS. Someone else, which I assume is a KDE developer
posted that the fix has been applied to KDE 3.1.1.
For further reading, and to obtain the patch file visit:
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Closing as CANTFIX.