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comment Using Adobe Digital Editions to transfer books to the Nook, or a workaround
That's good to know. Thanks.
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comment I want a non admin user to install software. What commands do I need to add to sudoers?
FYI, So I did the PolicyKit solution, but I wasn't able to run the update applet in the task bar unless I had the mintUpdate line in my sudoers file.
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comment I want a non admin user to install software. What commands do I need to add to sudoers?
Thanks. That solution (askubuntu.com/questions/3/…) originally didn't work for me, but I looked in /usr/share/polkit-1/actions/org.debian.apt.policy to find the various "action id" entries that I needed. Then, I looked at this link (hal.freedesktop.org/docs/polkit/…) to fine tune it.
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comment I want a non admin user to install software. What commands do I need to add to sudoers?
I see. I tried the PolicyKit answer and it didn't work, but I will double-check my implementation.
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