[kde-solaris] why is Xsun removing /tmp/.ICE-unix
Darin.Perusich at cognigencorp.com
Tue Sep 5 14:08:58 CEST 2006
i forwarded this to the SunRay-Users mailing list this morning, maybe
they can provide some insight. alot of eyes from sun watch that list,
including sunray engineers.
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SunRay-Users at filibeto.org
Willi Burmeister wrote:
> we have just updated all of our SunRay servers from Solaris 9 to Solaris 10.
> Most of our people are using KDE as desktop and this means the need write
> access to /tmp/.ICE-unix. KDE creates this directory during startup, but
> with wrong permissions. It's only writeable by the current user. Obviously
> this is a problem on the SunRay server.
> Before the update I solved this with a small script called during startup:
> mkdir /tmp/.ICE-unix
> chmod 1777 /tmp/.ICE-unix
> this worked without any problems.
> With Solaris 10 this directory ist removed any time Xsun is restarted :-(
> At a start I have created a cron job running every two minutes to recreate
> the directory with the right permissions. This is a very silly workaround.
> I think this is a bug, but maybe there a any good reasons for this behaviour.
> Does anyone have an explanation for this? Or do I have to open a call?
> P.S. also posted in comp.unix.solaris
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