Re: permissions for pon/poff
I gto around this by creating a sudoer files in which I have given
permission for me as a normal user to be able to call up pppd, etc.
Hope this helps.
On Tue, Nov 13, 2001 at 04:52:31PM -0500, Bob Underwood wrote:
> I just set up a new box for a friend, installed from 2.2r3 and upgraded to
> woody. He can dial out as root (a no-no) but not as a normal user, so it's
> apparently a permissions problem. I added the user to the dip and dialout
> groups with no change. Poking around, I notice that /usr/bin/pon and
> /usr/bin/poff are both owned by root and in the root group. Is this correct?
> I checked the bug listing for base/ppp but it's really no help. What should
> the group/owner and permissions for these scripts be?
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