No, pkexec per default does not start a graphical application for security
If you want to start a graphical application with pkexec, you need a policy in
But, nowadays, it mostly isn't necessary to start a graphical
application with elevated privileges,
As far as I know, the mounting is handled by systemd. To avoid other
errors and problems, systemd aborts the booting process when a partition
In my opinion, this is not a bug, but the expected behaviour.
** Package changed: ubuntu => systemd (Ubuntu)
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I do not know what GA means, but this expression is used in the official
wiki => https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/RollingLTSEnablementStack
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Public bug reported:
The output of "lsb_release -d" does not show clearly if it really uses
Now it's shown
Description: Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS
and nobody knows if it uses really the XX.04.2 stack.
I suggest to change the output to something like this:
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