Re: cdrom ownership being reset to root:disk upon reboot
Apparently, _H. S._, on 15/12/04 21:11,typed:
Apparently, _H. S._, on 15/12/04 20:57,typed:
Apparently, _Thomas Adam_, on 15/12/04 19:42,typed:
--- "H. S." <email@example.com> wrote:
If I change their permissions to root:cdrom and reboot, the
permissions again are set to root:disk.
-- Thomas Adam
Did that. Removed:
libdiscover2, discover, discover-data.
This had no effect at all, the behaviour is same as before. For some
weird reason, my networking is now down.
Reinstalled the above three packages. Networking is now again up. I
guess some of the modules may not have been loaded without discover.
I just created my own permissions file for udev in /etc/udev/permissions.d:
#> ls -l
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 163 Dec 15 21:26 00hs-udev.permissions
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 2674 Oct 30 06:56 udev.permissions
#> cat 00hs-udev.permissions
#permissions added by HS,15Dec,2004, based on:
#to make CDROMs root:cdrom
So, after restarting udev:
#> /etc/init.d/udev restart
Recreating device nodes...done.
I got /dev/hd[cd] as root:cdrom.
But not I have a new problem that when I eject a tray (hdc or hdd) the
try restracts by itself and does not remain open. And /var/log/syslog
has this message being repeated continuously:
kernel: cdrom: open failed.
last message repeated 14 times
What is wrong with Sarge? Am I the only one experiencing this?