In the past when X11 was the default server for the display it was possible to start nautilus as root then navigate where ever required.
Since the release of wayland, this behavior has changed, at least on my computer.
This is what happens
$ sudo nautilus [sudo] Mot de passe de mh-cbon : ** (org.gnome.Nautilus:24429): WARNING **: 11:18:08.420: Error on getting connection: Failed to load SPARQL backend: Error spawning command line ?dbus-launch --autolaunch=8220b0ff33294af5b85d94866520933e --binary-syntax --close-stderr?: Child process exited with code 1 No protocol specified Unable to init server: Impossible de se connecter : Connection refused (org.gnome.Nautilus:24429): Gtk-WARNING **: 11:18:08.471: cannot open display: :0
I find it handy to be able to browse my files using nautilus when the command line does not provide auto completion because my user has no right to access that part of the file system.
Can i change some settings of my setup to make that possible without having to start an old X11 session ?