[Bug 6290] Re: [Bug 6290] Re: use /dev/video1394, not /dev/raw1394
paul.precious at gmail.com
Thu May 25 14:04:07 UTC 2006
Hope you don´t mind me asking but could you guide me (and others) on what to
1. Low risk - leave raw1394 as disk and don´t allow kino to access raw1394
to control camcorder
2. add user to the ¨disk¨ group - is this v.bad?
3. change raw1394 to video group - " no no no ¨
I´m assuming that acually 2. is worse than 3 as your giving yourself access
to raw1394 plus other areas too. In which case 3 would be an option.
Am I correct in assuming that everyone should go with option 1?
I want to put a section on video editing on the wiki and I want to get this
On 5/25/06, Scott James Remnant <scott at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> I had a pretty good chat with Jody McIntyre back in Montreal about the
> IEE1394 subsystem and what device nodes it exposes. I still think that
> a USB-alike device node for each interface on each device is the right
> solution; then we can assign groups and permissions on a per-interface
> or per-device level.
> use /dev/video1394, not /dev/raw1394
use /dev/video1394, not /dev/raw1394
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