On Thursday 27 November 2003 11:16 am, Lowell Gilbert wrote:You can simply give a normal user rw-access to /dev/cd*, /dev/xpt* and /dev/pass* and it works too. No need to set suid cdrecord. IMHO a much better solution.
Charles Howse <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
In other words, it's still not being run as an ordinary user...There has been signifigant discussion here in the past about cdbakeoven not detecting ATAPI burners when run as an ordinary user.
I had this issue, and may have a solution.
Be sure your kernel is compiled with device atapicam.
As root do:
# chmod u+s /usr/local/bin/cdrecord
Which will allow cdrecord to run as suid root.
cdbakeoven *is* being run as an ordinary user, which was the original issue, but to detect an atapi burner, it has to do 'cdrecord -scanbus', which will fail if not run as root. Make sense?
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