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NAME

       kdesudo - a sudo frontend for KDE

SYNOPSIS

       kdesudo [ Generic-options ] [ kdesudo-options ]

DESCRIPTION

       kdesudo is a frontend for sudo for the KDE desktop.

OPTIONS

       --help Show help about options

       --help-qt
              Show Qt specific options

       --help-kde
              Show KDE specific options

       --help-all
              Show all options

       --author
              Show author information

       -v, --version
              Show version information

       --license
              Show license information

       --     Indicates end of options

       -c << command >>
              Specifies the command to run

       -u << user >>
              Specifies the target uid [default is root]

       -n     Do not keep password

       -s     Forgets all passwords

       -p << priority >>
              Set  priority  value: between 0 and 100, 0 is lowest [default is
              50]

       --nonewdcop
              Let command use existing dcopserver

       --comment << comment >>
              Comment to display in the dialog box

       --noignorebutton
              Do not display << ignore >> button

       --attach << window_id >>
              Makes the dialog transient for an X app specified by winid

       -i << icon_name >>
              Specify icon to use in the password dialog

       -d     Do not show the command to be run in the dialog

       -r     Use realtime scheduling

       -f << file >>
              Use target UID if << file >> is not writeable

       -t     Enable terminal output (no password keeping)

       -u     Sets a runas user

COPYRIGHT

       This manual page was written by Anthony  Mercatante  <tonio@ubuntu.com>
       for  the  Ubuntu  system  (but  may  be used by others).  Permission is
       granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms
       of  the  GNU  General  Public  License,  Version 2 or any later version
       published by the Free Software Foundation.

       On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public  License
       can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL.

                                  2007-03-26                        kdesudo(1)