Re: the audio group
Op Sun, 17 Aug 2014 00:45:15 +0200 schreef Cyril Brulebois
Floris <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2014-08-17):
Op Sat, 16 Aug 2014 08:55:27 +0200 schreef Christian PERRIER
>In short, yes, the first created user (the only one created by D-I) is
>added to the "audio" group, among a few others.
with systemd as the default init system. systemd/ logind sets the right
permissions for the sound devices , so I think it is unnecessary to
somebody to the audio group. (And missing all the "fancy stuff" systemd
brings to us.)
I don't think you have explained why having the first user in the audio
group is going to be a problem?
If systemd makes that unnecessary, then that's great but adding the
first user to the said group isn't an issue as far as I can tell?
When somebody create a multiseat setup  all sound devices are shown
and controllable to all users.
 (one computer with multiple Xservers, keyboards
and mice, so multiple people can login and use the same computer)