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When machine is headless, user is no longer privileged
The core issue is: ANY gnome session not sitting ontop of a real physical/native display --or shadowing that display (ie. NXserver's shadow mode)-- has faulty privileges. Even when run as root! Any ...
Jun 10 '11 at 0:22
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