When I want to launch some applications from root user it alerts me that it may not be run as root and i need to log in as normal user. For example for Google Chrome or Glob database visualization. Why it says so and how can I enable it?
This is mainly for security reasons. Software with root access can do anything on your system if an attacker manages to get it to execute arbitrary code, which is a common attack. A malicious user can run
Also, if you run a program as a normal user with username
In order to enable this on a program that does not allow this, you have two options:
As stated, there is not much you can do if the program does not have an option for this.
It was in plane English .If you can not understand words with out capitals and full stops .How the hell you cope using a terminal ? Ubuntu was about helping new user,s not no more its all about putting user,s down .all I see is sarcastic comments to user,s asking for help .