jani.monoses at gmail.com
Tue Oct 11 09:13:45 CDT 2005
> > Also I just ran it as ivman -s --nofork & as user but system wide.
> Does that mean it has the suid-bit set?
It does not have suid bit but still it can run as user. I guess that's the
point behind pmount, to allow
users mount removable media.
the user needs to be in the plugdev group but that's default for the first
start ivman -d -s --nofork at the prompt as user and see what it says (-d
for debug) if it does not work.
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