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In your post title and text you write "naulitus", which is a typo, it should be "nautilus" (replace the "l" and "t"). When you run gksu nonexistentcommand or sudo nonexistentcommand, the system still asks your password and print an error message after. If you launched gksu nonexistent from a terminal you would see this error message, if you launch by other ...
To change permission of a file, try it on command line.gksu nautilus allows you to open nautilus using superuser permissions. Changing permission of a file via terminal, sudo chmod +x /path/filename Above command will give execute permission to that file.See here about file permissions.
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