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--always-ask-password, -a
Do not try to check if a password is really
needed for running the command, or if there
are other means of obtaining it: simply ask for it.
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--always-ask-password, -a
No intenta verificar si es necesaria la contraseña
para ejecutar el comando, ó si hay otros medios
para obtenerla: simplemente pregunta.
Translated and reviewed by Matias Orellana on 2006-04-17
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--debug, -d
Print information on the screen that might be
useful for diagnosing and/or solving problems.
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--debug, -d
Muestra información en la pantalla que puede
ayudar a diagnosticar y resolver problemas..
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Fuertes Pérez (DaniFP) on 2006-04-17
In upstream:
--debug, -d
Muestra información en pantalla que puede ser
útil para diagnosticar o resolver problemas.
Suggested by Francisco Javier F. Serrador on 2007-03-03
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:77
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--disable-grab, -g
Disable the "locking" of the keyboard, mouse,
and focus done by the program when asking for
password.
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--disable-grab, -g
Deshabilita el bloqueo del teclado, ratón,
y foco realizado cuando el programa pregunta
por una contraseña.
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Fuertes Pérez (DaniFP) on 2006-04-17
In upstream:
--disable-grab, -g
Desactiva el «bloqueo» del teclado, ratón,
y el foco mientras el programa esta preguntando por la
contraseña
Suggested by Francisco Javier F. Serrador on 2007-03-03
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:84
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--icon <icon>, -i <icon>
Replace the default window icon with the argument.
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--icon <icon>, -i <icon>
Reemplaza el icono por defecto con el especificado como argumento.
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Fuertes Pérez (DaniFP) on 2006-04-17
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--message <message>, -m <message>
Replace the standard message shown to ask for
password for the argument passed to the option.
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--message <message>, -m <message>
Reemplaza el mensaje estandar cuando se pregunta por una
contraseña por el mensaje especificado como argumento.
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Fuertes Pérez (DaniFP) on 2006-04-17
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:441
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--print-pass, -p
Ask gksu to print the password to stdout, just
like ssh-askpass. Useful to use in scripts with
programs that accept receiving the password on
stdin.
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--print-pass, -p
Pregunta gksu para mostrar la contraseña al stdout,
tal como ssh-askpass. Es útil para scripts con programas
que aceptan recibir la contraseña en stdin.
Translated and reviewed by Matias Orellana on 2006-04-17
In upstream:
--print-pass, -p
Pide a gksu que pregunte la contraseña en la salida
estándar como ssh-askpass. Útil cuando se usan guiones
con programas que pueden recibir la contraseña por la
entrada estándar.
Suggested by Francisco Javier F. Serrador on 2007-03-03
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:111
10.
--ssh-fwd, -s
Strip the host part of the $DISPLAY variable, so that
GKSu will work on SSH X11 Forwarding.
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--ssh-fwd, -s
Quitar la parte de host de la veriable $DISPLAY, para que
GKSu trabaje con SSH X11 Forwarding.
Translated and reviewed by Ricardo Pérez López on 2006-04-20
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--title <title>, -t <title>
Replace the default title with the argument.
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--title <título>, -t <título>
Reemplaza el título por defecto por el dado en el argumento.
Translated and reviewed by Matias Orellana on 2006-04-17
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--desktop <file>, -D <file>
Use a .desktop file to get the name of the application
and the icon from.

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--desktop <file>, -D <file>
Usa un fichero .desktop para obtener el nombre y el icono
de la aplicación.

Translated and reviewed by Daniel Fuertes Pérez (DaniFP) on 2006-04-17
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--preserve-env, -k
Preserve the current environments, does not set $HOME
nor $PATH, for example.
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--preserve-env, -k
Mantiene el entorno actual, no toca las variables $HOME
ni $PATH, por ejemplo.
Translated and reviewed by Daniel Fuertes Pérez (DaniFP) on 2006-04-17
In upstream:
--preserv-env, -k
Mantener las variables de entorno, estas no son $HOME
ni $PATH, por ejemplo.
Suggested by Francisco Javier F. Serrador on 2007-03-03
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:91
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Contributors to this translation: Abel Marrero, Daniel Fuertes Pérez (DaniFP), Francisco Javier F. Serrador, Javier Fernández-Sanguino, Jorge Bernal, Matias Orellana, Paco Molinero, Ricardo Pérez López, Ts0, diegoe.