I am packaging lxmed for Mageia and Mandriva, and is qurious as to why the application want root access.
If the app is run as a user and not as root, what is the difference?
What does it not do as a user that it does as root?
The app reads and writes to /usr/share/applications folder which holds data about main menu.
That's why it needs root access.
Try running it with
java -jar /opt/lxmed/LXMenuEditor.jar
and you will run it without root access, but you should see that you can't edit much in that case.
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