Can I run a second KDE seession, as different user?
James Richard Tyrer
tyrerj at acm.org
Sat Mar 15 23:49:35 GMT 2003
Tako Schotanus wrote:
> All is not perfect because only one "screen" has access to the sound
> card for example,
I think that you will find that the sound card problem is a PAM issue. The only solution that I
have found was to change the PAM configuration for the sound card. To do so, edit this line in
your: /etc/security/console.perms" file to read like this:
<console> 0660 <sound> 0660 root.sound
and make any user that is allowed to use the sound card a member of the group: "sound". This is
not the ideal solution since the owner of the card is still changed (but the group is not).
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