On 2020-05-26 08:17, Earl Ramirez wrote:
Previously, when I run firewall-cmd --list-all or any firewalld
commands as a regular user it will failed, with authorization failure.
Today I noticed that if I run firewall-cmd --list-all I can see the
rules; however, I am not able to modify the firewall rules without a
Is this the expected behaviour to be able to see the firewall rules as
a regular user or should I file a bug?
The ability to run certain firewall commands is controlled by polkit and which policy is
Running Workstation/GNOME, those are allowed without authentication. That is not the case
the KDE spin.
I don't generally use GNOME so I can't comment on when/if those changes were
made. In both
F31 and F32 GNOME it is not needed to authenticate.
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