Jani Monoses jani.monoses at gmail.com
Tue Oct 11 14:13:45 UTC 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
user only.

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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