It appears when I start the desktop. I dont press anything after I execute the start up command.ok so say i am logged into my Linux (in my case slackware) and i go to the menu and try to fire up say GParted; GParted needs "root" permission but because i'm on my system as a normal user a dialoge box come up and asks for a password.When i enter a password I can then access GParted.
In summary you are trying to do something that should be done as root ; so your system is saying enter a password and we might let you do it.
So Just before that dialogue box came up what did you do ? it looks like you might be trying to download software ?
Also try typing in your "root" password into the box
I don't use Chrome OS but I am guessing it has something to do with running "Linux Beta" in a 'sandbox'. That's just how Chrome OS does things.There is this box, and I cant seem to get rid of it. I am new to linux, and I am using the linux beta feature on chrome os.
yes, but it comes back with that error in the box.I don't use Chrome OS but I am guessing it has something to do with running "Linux Beta" in a 'sandbox'. That's just how Chrome OS does things.
It would appear that the application is is trying to get network access but Chrome OS is blocking it for your protection.
Have you tried entering your password?