I’m not quite sure what you meant by set the respective services, sudo is already set up by default.
Dolphin, kate, etc. are part of the KDE applications suite and use plasma frameworks new mechanism for elevating user privileges (interacting with sudo). You can no longer use sudo or kdesu from the command line, or with kde-servicemenus-rootactions from within dolphin for starting these KDE applications. However, you can open any file in the file system, and depending on the files permissions, you will be asked for your administrative password upon saving the file back to the hard drive.
This is how all KDE apps are going to behave, there is no reason to edit via the command line.
You just open up the files, edit them, and click save like you would any other file, the only difference is if they are system or root files, you will be asked for your password when you go to save the files.
I tested Dolphin and Krusader again. Thats all right what you wrote in your answer. Perhaps I was a little bit drunken as I wrote the post before. Sorry…
By the way…I am delighted by the fast answers of the members in that Forum.
Thanks, I’m glad we could help.
If you don’t mind, could you add [SOLVED] to the beginning of your thread title? This would be greatly appreciated as this helps others find answers to their questions faster, and helps to reduce the number of repeat questions.
Click on edit on your original post and use the full edit feature.
This will expose the post subject line to be edited.
Full edit is the same advanced editor that you had when you originally posting this thread.