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« on: May 26, 2012, 17:18:52 PM »

System policy problem.  I've noticed a problem with this since using Pardus 2011.2 and maybe it occurred in the first release, not sure. The system policy GUI that comes up when, for example, installing packages in package-manager or other GUI's that need authorization, that it never remembers my choice of 'for this session only' and 'remember authorization' (the latter is ticked by default). 
In previous Pardus releases I have always un-ticked 'remember authorization' and after that, the GUI always remembers my setting whenever it comes up again in the future.  I like to type in my password for security purposes and not have it done automatically. 
Now, whether I un-tick 'remember authorization' or tick, 'for this session only' it doesn't act accordingly.  I wondered if anyone else has noticed this?  I am part of 'wheel' group. 
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« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2012, 22:32:40 PM »

In System Settings > User Manager > my username > Edit > I have markers at:
  • Give administrator rights
  • disk
  • lp
  • wheel
  • cdrom
  • lpadmin
  • audio
  • floppy
  • dailout
  • video
  • users
  • virt
  • pnp
  • power
and in Authorizations  all items have a green symbol.
I never have to supply the a password in package Manager. Wink
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