Greate a separate user to "own" the binary and give it a separate group.
All users that shall be able to use the program and write to directorys that the
progam needs should be member of the programs group.
The *only* situation when a program *must* be root if it must be able to open
sockets lower than 1024.
Den 2016-12-01 kl. 16:49, skrev Stefan Salewski:
> My Nim editor https://github.com/ngtk3/NEd can be launced from the
> directory with the binary by typing
> ./ned file.nim
> For testing that is fine. But to make it work from an arbitrary
> directory something like
> # And for making gsettings available system wide one method is, as root
> # https://developer.gnome.org/gio/stable/glib-compile-schemas.html
> # echo $XDG_DATA_DIRS
> # /usr/share/gnome:/usr/local/share:/usr/share:/usr/share/gdm
> # cd /usr/local/share/glib-2.0/schemas
> # cp org.gtk.ned.gschema.xml .
> # glib-compile-schemas .
> # as root
> cp nimdark1.xml /usr/share/gtksourceview-3.0/styles/
> cp nim.lang /usr/share/gtksourceview-3.0/language-specs/
> is necessary as described in the doc. That is fine for myself, but I
> can understand that other people fear to damage their system when doing
> root actions.
> Problem seems to be the gsettings path and additional the gtksourceview
> directories. May there exist a way to make it work at least on Linux
> without root privileges?
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