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Not using locking for read only lock file %s
Not using locking for read only lock file %s
Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-09-20
Located in ../libgksu/libgksu.c:126
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Not using locking for nfs mounted lock file %s
Not using locking for nfs mounted lock file %s
Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-09-20
Located in ../libgksu/libgksu.c:146
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<b><big>Could not grab your mouse.</big></b>

A malicious client may be eavesdropping on your session or you may have just clicked a menu or some application just decided to get focus.

Try again.
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<b><big>Could not grab your mouse.</big></b>

A malicious client may be eavesdropping on your session, or you may have just clicked a menu, or some application just decided to get focus.

Try again.
Translated and reviewed by Anthony Harrington on 2013-08-04
Located in ../libgksu/libgksu.c:612
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<b><big>Could not grab your keyboard.</big></b>

A malicious client may be eavesdropping on your session or you may have just clicked a menu or some application just decided to get focus.

Try again.
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<b><big>Could not grab your keyboard.</big></b>

A malicious client may be eavesdropping on your session, or you may have just clicked a menu, or some application just decided to get focus.

Try again.
Translated and reviewed by Anthony Harrington on 2013-08-04
Located in ../libgksu/libgksu.c:624
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<b><big>Enter your password to perform administrative tasks</big></b>

The application '%s' lets you modify essential parts of your system.
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<b><big>Enter your password to perform administrative tasks</big></b>

The application '%s' lets you modify essential parts of your system.
Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-09-20
Located in ../libgksu/libgksu.c:992
6.
<b><big>Enter your password to run the application '%s' as user %s</big></b>
<b><big>Enter your password to run the application '%s' as user %s</big></b>
Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-09-20
Located in ../libgksu/libgksu.c:999
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<b><big>Enter the administrative password</big></b>

The application '%s' lets you modify essential parts of your system.
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<b><big>Enter the administrative password</big></b>

The application '%s' lets you modify essential parts of your system.
Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-09-20
Located in ../libgksu/libgksu.c:1007
8.
<b><big>Enter the password of %s to run the application '%s'</big></b>
<b><big>Enter the password of %s to run the application '%s'</big></b>
Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-09-20
Located in ../libgksu/libgksu.c:1014
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Password prompt canceled.
Password prompt cancelled.
Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-09-20
Located in ../libgksu/libgksu.c:1045
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<b><big>Granted permissions without asking for password</big></b>

The '%s' program was started with the privileges of the %s user without the need to ask for a password, due to your system's authentication mechanism setup.

It is possible that you are being allowed to run specific programs as user %s without the need for a password, or that the password is cached.

This is not a problem report; it's simply a notification to make sure you are aware of this.
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<b><big>Granted permissions without asking for password</big></b>

The '%s' program was started with the privileges of the %s user without the need to ask for a password, due to your system's authentication mechanism setup.

It is possible that you are being allowed to run specific programs as user %s without the need for a password, or that the password is cached.

This is not a problem report; it's simply a notification to make sure you are aware of this.
Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-09-20
Located in ../libgksu/libgksu.c:1117
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Contributors to this translation: Anthony Harrington, Bruce Cowan, Jeff Bailes, John Beisley, Jonathon Fernyhough, Martin Peeks, Steve Holmes, smigs.