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51.
Keyring to which passwords will be saved
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Located in ../gksu.schemas.in.h:13
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Prompt for grabbing
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Located in ../gksu.schemas.in.h:7
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Save password to gnome-keyring
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Located in ../gksu.schemas.in.h:11
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Sudo mode
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Located in ../gksu.schemas.in.h:5
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The name of the keyring gksu should use. Usual values are "session", which saves the password for the session, and "default", which saves the password with no timeout.
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Located in ../gksu.schemas.in.h:14
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This option determines whether a message dialog will be displayed informing the user that the program is being run without the need of a password being asked for some reason.
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Located in ../gksu.schemas.in.h:10
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This option will make gksu prompt the user if he wants to have the screen grabbed before entering the password. Notice that this only has an effect if force-grab is disabled.
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Located in ../gksu.schemas.in.h:8
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Whether sudo should be the default backend method. This method is otherwise accessed though the -S switch or by running 'gksudo' instead of 'gksu'.
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Located in ../gksu.schemas.in.h:6
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Whether the keyboard and mouse grabbing should be turned off. This will make it possible for other X applications to listen to keyboard input events, thus making it not possible to shield from malicious applications which may be running.
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Located in ../gksu.schemas.in.h:2
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gksu can save the password you type to the gnome-keyring so you'll not be asked everytime
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Located in ../gksu.schemas.in.h:12
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