[manjaro-dev] having minor issues with sonar profile

kendell clark coffeekingms at gmail.com
Mon Jan 25 20:02:14 CET 2016

Sure thing. Sorry if that message sounded accusatory at all, it wasn't 
meant to be. It was nearly 5 AM and I was in desperate need of sleep. 
Anyway, all I meant by that message was that I was trying to work out 
the final issues before releasing new images. I may have to file an orca 
bug against this calamares problem if I can't track it down. A couple of 
people have suggested trying gksudo but while the calamares window 
opens, orca still cannot see it. I'll keep looking to see if I can't 
track it down.
Kendell clark

On 01/25/2016 12:27 PM, Philip Müller wrote:
> Hi Kendell,
> a lot stuff had happend within manjaro-tools lately. 0.10.1 just got
> released. I've to verify your issues. The user manjaro should have full
> access to sudo without password request. Same should be for sonar as
> live-user. As the desktop files get generated by manjaro-tools we have
> to see about branding. Seems there are still some caveats left.
> Am 25.01.2016 um 11:22 schrieb kendell clark:
>> hi all
>> I'm still in the process of squashing a few bugs before releasing new
>> sonar images. I'm having two minor bugs to squash. On the desktop, the
>> installer icons are labeled as "install manjaro" instead of "install
>> sonar". This doesn't matter to me, but it could confuse a new user.
>> There are also two icons, one for thus and one for calamares. I'd like
>> to focus on calamares, but I won't remove the thus icon until calamares
>> works. The other one is with the calamares icon. I can't get it to
>> launch. I click on it, and the installer window never opens. If I go
>> into a terminal and enter sudo /usr/bin/calamares, as the exec line in
>> the desktop pfile /usr/share/applications/calamares.desktop does, I get
>> prompted for a password. Once that is entered, the window opens but orca
>> can't see it. It won't focus on it for installation. I'm almost certain
>> this is not a bug in calamares because the one time I could focus on it
>> it was quite accessible. I'm not sure how to fix these. The manjaro
>> stuff in the icons isn't absolutely critical, more of a curiosity. We're
>> not trying to hide the fact that we're basically a talking manjaro. The
>> calamares bug isn't critical, but I'm not sure where to go from hear.
>> Should there be a rule in /etc/sudoers.d to allow calamares to be
>> launched without requiring a password? I'm not sure this can be done,
>> but this would stop the pw being asked without a window opened to enter it.
>> Thoughts?
>> Kendell clark
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