In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, "Crist J. Clark" writes
>I've checked the manpages, the files in /etc, and Googled, and I can't
>find the answer. I am begining to worry there isn't one. How does one
>change the permissions on dynamically created devices? That is, when
>the node comes into existence, it has the permissions I want, and not
>necessarily the defaults.
The overall plan is that it will be possible to push a ruleset into
the kernel which changes the defaults. ETA: this summer (If I have to
do it, if somebody wants to help code it it can probably be done faster).
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