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Can't open Gedit as root

When I run sudo gedit /path/to/some/random/file I get the following error ** (gedit:6262): WARNING **: Command line `dbus-launch --autolaunch=7f8731869e1c690b8205727e0000000a --binary-syntax ...
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1answer
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help cannot change inotify watch number because file cant be over written

so I'm trying to start using lsyncd for a more up to date backup system. the problem that i have run into is that the directory that i have to backup contains more than 250,000 items and i would like ...
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2answers
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How can I run sudo gedit as gksu gedit

I'm looking into ways of automatically loading Gedit as gksu gedit when I enter sudo gedit by mistake? I have found that I have made a number of files unreachable by using gedit and I have only just ...
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1answer
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running gedit as sudo

I'm really new and from the dark side (Windows)... I must be doing something wrong. The only way I can get gedit to run with a tool bar (Save As etc.) is to launch it with sudo from a terminal. I ...
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2answers
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“EggSMClient-WARNING **: Failed to connect to the session manager: None of the authentication protocols specified are supported”

I am on ubuntu 12.10. Every time that I try to open gedit on root this appears: (gedit:3254): EggSMClient-WARNING **: Failed to connect to the session manager: None of the authentication protocols ...
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1answer
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Unable to launch gedit with sudo

While trying to follow these instructions, I encountered the following error while attempting what seems like a simple sudo edit operation: $ sudo gedit /var/lib/dpkg/status ** (gedit:14898): ...
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I have 2 different GEdits?

When I load GEdit, it is different from sudo GEdit. Normal GEdit gives me Gtk warnings in the console, and ithas a different look. When I install plugins on either version, it doesn't reflect on the ...
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1answer
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How can I edit my httpd.conf file?

I have XAMPP installed, and need to edit my httpd.conf file to add a virtual host block. If I right-click on the file in Nautilus and open with gedit, I can see all the content, but it's read-only. ...