Trying to restore ownerships on /dev after a chown -hR username /dev/
danyaelxchownfcukup at gmail.com
Sun Jan 4 16:15:52 UTC 2009
i'm runing the latest version of Xubuntu (8.10) and have no Idea if Xubuntu
uses Udev or not. I'll look into that, thanks for the tip!
But to be on the safe side I'll just wait with the rebooting untill I have
the file from Nils (Thanks for helping me out).
On Sun, Jan 4, 2009 at 4:05 PM, Smoot Carl-Mitchell <smoot at tic.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 2009-01-04 at 08:48 +0100, Chris Vighagen wrote:
> > I'm trying to restore ownerships on /dev after a chown -hR
> > username /dev/ was done, I think I've got everything right and proper
> > now with a little help from the #ubuntu IRC list but I would like to
> > double check that all the permissions are right now.
> > Where can I find a list of the right /dev ownerships? My googlefu
> > skils have failed me and I humbly ask for a little guidance.
> > Perhaps someone can send me the ls -al output from a freshly installed
> > system as a file?
> If your system uses udev, you should be able to reboot and everything
> will get restored to the correct permissions. /dev/ is its own
> filesystem and gets recreated each time the system is rebooted.
> Smoot Carl-Mitchell
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