sudo affects realVNC Server Authorization
I have recently upgraded to Fedora 34 from Fedora 24. The one major change that was made was moving to the forced use of 'sudo' instead of my preferred 'su' This has interfered (I think) with my authorizing the setup of 'realVNC Server. Now the realVNC Server seems not to start. When i start vnc server, I get a command window, where I put in the 'root password' of my Fedora 34 system to allow 'realVNC Server' to run as a .service. This attempts to work but fails with the following error: Administrative privileges are required for this operation. (preceeded by a red circle with a white X in it).
Everything works up to the authorization to set the realVNC Server Password. Frustrated ...
Maybe I have to add something to the wheel group or whatever.