Can I run a second KDE session, as different user?
James Richard Tyrer
tyrerj at acm.org
Sat Mar 15 23:57:38 GMT 2003
Tako Schotanus wrote:
> For me this still doesn't work. I have no devfs(d) on my system so I
> assumed I needed to make the changes to /etc/security/console.perms like
> you suggested.
> I found this line:
> <console> 0600 <sound> 0600 root
> which I changed to:
> <console> 0660 <sound> 0660 root.audio
> When I logged out of KDE and logged back in again, the /dev/dsp* devices
> had all reverted to root.root!
> But I saw something else as well, acording to the console.perms file all
> hard-, floppydisks and cdroms should belong to the "disk" group. But on
> my system an unmounted floppy or cdrom has root.root permissions and
> after being mounted it has <user>.<user> permissions!
> Any ideas what could be wrong and how to fix it?
No, I don't. Your change in the configuration file should have done it. At least that change
has worked for me for some time.
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