Fedora 12 Critics Upset Over Install Rights’ Changes

Under Fedora 12, users are able to install software from repositories without being prompted for root password. The undocumented change in Fedora 12 has caused consternation amongst Fedora users. The change is part of PolicyKit’s policy for desktop users and was made to make the system easier for desktop users. Read the full article. [The H Security] 

Under Fedora 12, users are able to install software from repositories without being prompted for root password. The undocumented change in Fedora 12 has caused consternation amongst Fedora users. The change is part of PolicyKit’s policy for desktop users and was made to make the system easier for desktop users. Read the full article. [The H Security] 

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