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GKsu version %s

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GKsu versie %s

Translated by Ronald van Engelen on 2006-05-14
Reviewed by Ronald van Engelen on 2007-06-03
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:75
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Usage: %s [-u <user>] [-k] [-l] <command>

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Gebruik: %s [-u <gebruikersnaam>] [-k] [-l] <opdracht>

Translated and reviewed by Ronald van Engelen on 2006-05-14
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:427
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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
vraagt altijd om het wachtwoord, ongeacht of
een wachtwoord werkelijk nodig is of het wachtwoord
op een andere manier verkregen kan worden.
Translated and reviewed by Ronald van Engelen on 2006-05-14
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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
Geeft informatie weer die nuttig kan zijn voor de
diagnose en/of de oplossing van problemen.
Translated by Ronald van Engelen on 2006-05-14
Reviewed by Ronald van Engelen on 2007-06-03
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
Heft de 'blokkering' op van toetsenbord, muis en
scherpstelling, uitgevoerd door het programma
bij het vragen om een wachtwoord.
Translated and reviewed by Pjotr12345 on 2012-04-10
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 <pictogram>, -i <pictogram>
Vervangt het standaardpictogram door het opgegeven
argument.
Translated and reviewed by Ronald van Engelen on 2006-05-14
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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 <bericht>, -m <bericht>
Vervangt het standaardbericht dat weergegeven wordt
om een wachtwoord te vragen voor het argument dat
aan deze optie wordt meegegeven.
Translated and reviewed by Ronald van Engelen on 2006-05-14
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
Geeft gksu de opdracht om het wachtwoord naar stdout uit te
voeren, zoals bij ssh-askpass. Dit kan gebruikt worden in
scripts van programma's die het wachtwoord uit stdin kunnen
opvragen.
Translated by Ronald van Engelen on 2006-05-14
Reviewed by Ronald van Engelen on 2007-06-03
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:111
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--prompt, -P
Ask the user if they want to have their keyboard
and mouse grabbed before doing so.
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--prompt, -P
Vraagt de gebruiker of toetsenbord en muis
overgepakt dienen te worden alvorens dit te doen.
Translated and reviewed by Pjotr12345 on 2012-04-10
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:88
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--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
Haalt het host-gedeelte uit de $DISPLAY-variabele, zodat GKSu
werkt met SSH X11-forwarding.
Translated and reviewed by Ronald van Engelen on 2006-05-14
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Contributors to this translation: Dennis Laumen, Jan Claeys, Joolz, Niels Abspoel, Pascal De Vuyst, Pjotr12345, Rinke, Ronald van Engelen, Zittergie.