I'm trying to configure Xubuntu 13.10 (saucy) in such a way that I can change the CPU governor and maximum frequency (using cpufreq-set) without sudo. I created an ...
my xubuntu installation asks me for my password everytime I try to mount/umount/update software ... all the things that policykit-desktop-privilege should grant me. The user is in both admin and sudo ...
I'm trying to configure PolicyKit so that other users are allowed to configure Wi-Fi connections, but my changes don't seem to bring any results at all. When a non-admin user tries to connect to a ...
xubuntu allows by default the mounting of an ntfs partition without requesting any kind of authorization. How can I force it to request authorization (fhe same way that synaptic requires authorization ...
I'd like Software Center, Update Manager and some other system management applications to work without asking for password (like sudo does if configured with NOPASSWD) but only asking for a ...