T.Six at gmx.de
Mon Mar 13 18:22:53 GMT 2006
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Howard Coles Jr. schrieb am 13.03.2006 05:49:
> A while back, I noted that my /dev/null device was getting set with 0600
> (rw-------) with root as owner and group.
> The problem is that users need to be able to write to this device as well,
> especially when logging in to X, or KDE, etc.
> My question is when should udev be starting in the /etc/rc2.d folder?
$ l /etc/rcS.d | grep udev
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 14 07.05.05 21:42 S04udev -> ../init.d/udev*
in /etc/rc2.d is no udev
> Mine was set to "S50udev" which may put it at creating the /dev/null device
> after some other process which may be why its getting created with root only
> access. I'm thinking it needs to be lower down in start number like
> "S16udev" but I'm not sure.
> I have checked the udev rules, and "MODE=0666" is what is set for /dev/null's
I have greped through /etc/udev and could find "null"
grep -r ull is what i used for it.
anyway here is set to:
# l | grep ull
crw-rw-rw- 1 root root 1, 7 13.03.06 18:21 full
crw-rw-rw- 1 root root 1, 3 13.03.06 18:21 null
i am on Ubuntu 2.6 KDE
- - some friend of mine
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