Re-allow running Dolphin as the root user (but still not using sudo)
Prohibiting the use of Dolphin as the actual root user (not using sudo or kdesu) breaks legitimate use cases for using the root user. An example is Kali, a distro that logs in as the root user by default as a deliberate design choice.
In such an environment, there is no additional security vulnerability beyond what you're already potentially exposing yourself to. So, let's re-enable it.
- Log in as normal user and run sudo dolphin: you get an error message.
- Log in as normal user and run kdesu dolphin: you get an error message.
- Log in as the root user and run dolphin normally: it works.
Reviewers: markg, elvisangelaccio, Dolphin
Reviewed By: markg
Subscribers: chinmoyr, cfeck, elvisangelaccio, mmustac, Fuchs, markg, graesslin, nicolasfella, zzag, kfm-devel, emmanuelp
Differential Revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D12795