Add `sudo` to the lines in install-sessions.sh that need it so you don't need...
Add `sudo` to the lines in install-sessions.sh that need it so you don't need to sudo the whole thing Summary: Because this script copies things to /, it needs to be run with `sudo`. But two of the copy operations also copy things to your home directory, and if you `sudo` the whole script, this results in those files being copied with root ownership, which can cause problems later. This patch prepends `sudo` to just the copy operations that need it so that the ones that don't aren't run with inappropriately elevated permissions. Test Plan: - Run `~/kde/build/plasma-workspace/login-sessions/install-sessions.sh` - Get prompted for the root password - Enter it - See that `plasma-dev-prefix.sh` and `startplasma-dev.sh` in `~/kde/usr/lib64/libexec/` have user ownership, not root ownership Reviewers: apol, #plasma Reviewed By: apol Subscribers: plasma-devel Tags: #plasma Differential Revision: https://phabricator.kde.org/D24677
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