Is it useful/desireable to set schg flags on /dev/? Obviously, setting schg
on /dev/null, for instance, prevents writing to it, which kind of defeats
its purpose. There are probably other such devices that need to be written
to. So, are then any devices in /dev/ that actually can be set schg?


- Mark

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