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[openFATE 305623] Remove gnomesu dependancies from YaST
Feature changed by: Dinar Valeev (k0da)
Feature #305623, revision 22
Title: Remove gnomesu dependancies from YaST

openSUSE-11.2: Duplicate of #305640
+ Master status: Rejected by JP Rosevear <jpr@xxxxxxxxxx>
+ reject date: 2009-08-21 08:44:09
+ reject reason: Past feature freeze
Requester: Mandatory
Projectmanager: Mandatory

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Requested by: Federico Lucifredi (flucifredi)
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The Gnome team informs me gnomesu is obsoleted. We need to stop
depending on gnomesu on YaST, ideally moving towards PolicyKit as much
as possible but at a minimum matching the current mainline Gnome

#5: Jiri Srain (jsrain) (2009-06-02 11:43:54)
The only dependency I found is the yast2-control-center-gnome package;
Jared, can you handle it?

#6: Jared Allen (jpallen) (2009-07-01 17:09:54) (reply to #5)
Yes, we'll need to look into an alternative. I'm not sure that
PolicyKit itself is enough to replace the functionality of gnomesu.
I'll ask Gabriel to look into this.

#7: Gabriel Burt (gabrielburt) (2009-07-06 22:11:34) (reply to #6)
$ sudo zypper remove libgnomesu The following packages are going to be
REMOVED:   deskbar-applet gedit gedit-lang gnome-applets gnome-applets-
lang gnome-python-desktop libgnomeprintui libgnomeprintui-lang
libgnomesu libgnomesu0 libgnomesu-lang planner planner-lang tomboy
tomboy-lang yast2-control-center-gnome
So those are the packages on a default GNOME install that depend on
To replace this with something powered by PolicyKit, it looks like gksu
is the best option (though Rodrigo wsa working on AdminKit, but it
never got traction or a lot of work, from what I can tell).  Vincent
has a related FATE feature opened, FATE #305640 - but it's more
general, deals with getting rid of gnomesu entirely.  Should we keep
these boht open/separate?
The actual usage of gnomesu is coming from a SUSE patch to libgnome-

#8: Stephan Kulow (coolo) (2009-09-14 14:48:10)
too late for 11.2

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