5.3: how to make /dev/acd0 world readable?
michaelnottebrock at gmx.net
Tue Nov 2 08:25:27 PST 2004
Am Tuesday 02 November 2004 16:40 schrieb Ryan Sommers:
> Michael Nottebrock said:
> > Or you could add your user account to group operator.
> I think this is a very bad suggestion. He didn't say "my user" he said
> "world readable." While we're in the Bad Suggestion Dept. why not just
> tell him to set all his binaries that need acces to the device suid root?
I believe that statement belongs into the nonsensical-remark dept., thank you
> The operator group isn't intended to be a group-that-can-read-CDs.
The operator group is a very convenient solution for many permission-problems
on a very common case of FreeBSD usage: A private desktop system with exactly
one real user account + root. I don't believe it's too far-fetched a guess
that such a system is what we're talking about when the OP talks about
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