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On the command line, you have to do some operations, for security reasons, as a root user (a.k.a. administrator). Then you do not need to log-out to accomplish such tasks. Just type "sudo" before the command and enter the root password.

This is for the terminal. While in the Graphical User Interface (GUI) applications, we need a tool called "gksudo", but this is currently not available Fedora releases. Then we can use something called "beesu". So to install it, just type:

# yum install beesu

On the command line, you have to do some operations, for security reasons, as a root user (a.k.a. administrator). Then you do not need to log-out to accomplish such tasks. Just type "sudo" before the command and enter the root password.

This is for the terminal. While in the Graphical User Interface (GUI) applications, we need a tool called "gksudo", but this is currently not available in Fedora releases. Then we can use something called "beesu". So to install it, just type:

# yum install beesu