[PC-BSD Testing] Can't change system time

Byron Drossos byrondrossos at gmail.com
Mon Jan 17 01:58:07 PST 2011


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On 01/17/2011 08:45, Jeff wrote:
> This has been bugging me for a while, but haven't reported it.
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> Using PCBSD 8.1
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> If I try to enter system settings and change the time or zone there is a message displayed that says "You are not allowed to save the configuration".  I don't see this message in any other system settings area.  Even tried making a new entry in the menu using the 'su' command but it still won't let me change the time.
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> Tried running kcmshell4 --list from the command line but it crashed:
> # kcmshell4 --list
> kcmshell(11324): Session bus not found 
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> KCrash: Application 'kcmshell4' crashing...
> sock_file=/root/.kde4/socket-pcbsd-6657/kdeinit4__0
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> Suspended (signal)
> # 
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This happens to me too.When I change anything at date/time and try to
save it it responds: Unable to authenticate/execute the action: 4.
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