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GKsu version %s

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GKsu version %s

Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-07-15
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:75
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Usage: %s [-u <user>] [options] <command>

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Usage: %s [-u <user>] [options] <command>

Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-09-02
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:76
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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
Print information on the screen that might be
useful for diagnosing and/or solving problems.
Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-07-15
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:77
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Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-09-02
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:80 ../gksu/gksu.c:83 ../gksu/gksu.c:99 ../gksu/gksu.c:110 ../gksu/gksu.c:116
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--user <user>, -u <user>
Call <command> as the specified user.
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--user <user>, -u <user>
Call <command> as the specified user.
Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-07-15
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:81
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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
Disable the "locking" of the keyboard, mouse,
and focus done by the program when asking for
password.
Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-07-15
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:84
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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
Ask the user if they want to have their keyboard
and mouse grabbed before doing so.
Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-07-15
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:88
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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
Preserve the current environments, does not set $HOME
nor $PATH, for example.
Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-07-15
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:91
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--login, -l
Make this a login shell. Beware this may cause
problems with the Xauthority magic. Run xhost
to allow the target user to open windows on your
display!
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--login, -l
Make this a login shell. Beware this may cause
problems with the Xauthority magic. Run xhost
to allow the target user to open windows on your
display!
Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-09-02
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:94
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--description <description|file>, -D <description|file>
Provide a descriptive name for the command to
be used in the default message, making it nicer.
You can also provide the absolute path for a
.desktop file. The Name key for will be used in
this case.
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--description <description|file>, -D <description|file>
Provide a descriptive name for the command to
be used in the default message, making it nicer.
You can also provide the absolute path for a
.desktop file. The Name key for will be used in
this case.
Translated and reviewed by Jeff Bailes on 2006-09-02
Located in ../gksu/gksu.c:100
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Contributors to this translation: Dan Bishop, Jeff Bailes, William Anderson.