I am using Gnome Manjaro over XRDP (installed from AUR). If I try to edit locale settings (removing or adding) and save, it goes back to the default values. I am not sure if this is because it is RDP or not but I cannot test it locally for now. Do you know the cause of this?
Normally it ask through polkit, to be exactly:
pkexec, for privs to remove it.
So Polkit is not installed/running on your system?
Looks like related to:
I am accessing Gnome over XRDP and ThinLinc. The situation is the same. The sudo privilege dialogue (polkit, I guess) itself is working with all the apps l have tried.
If I right click a directory in Nautilus, and click “Open as Administrator”, it does not open the sudo dialogue, but just opens a new window of Home, with a message dialogue box that says:
Oops! something went wrong, don’t have permission to access the requested location
Can I fix this? At the moment, I cannot acces…
Therefore, there is problem with XRDP and Polkit somehow.
Try maybe tigervnc instead:
VNC is a protocol where you use your keyboard/mouse/screen to monitor or control a remote system.
This document is from my notepad and a real-world implementation of the document(s) found at Archlinux Wiki - TigerVNC.
NOTE: The setup is not implementing any VNC encryption so SSH will be used to establish the connection. See [root tip] Set up your own SSH service.
The benefit of using SSH is that you can easily adapt this to target any remote server without sacrificing …