I wrote a Java program, which should change my /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/01proxy file. I have a server, which is not always running and i don't want to manually change the proxy, so i made a graphical program.
Everything is working, however, only if i change the directory-owner to me instead of root, and i don't like this... Is there a way to grant superuser write-permission to my java-program?
For example that the window asking for the password is popping up, but not when i start the program, only when i click on the button to change the proxy.
the program does the following:
- look if server is up (working, without su)
- look if proxy is set to server (working, without su)
- set proxy to server / normal (working, only with su)