Quoting Steve McIntyre (email@example.com): > On Mon, Aug 18, 2014 at 03:24:50PM +0200, Floris wrote: > >>which is fine..... > >> > >>But what if people decide to later not use logind/systemd? In what > >>does it hurt that the first created user is *also* added to the audio > >>group? > > > >When a user is added to the audio group. He will always see all sound > >devices, even when logind tries to hide the device from the > >user. e.g. in a multi seat setting, an user on seat0 can control the > >sound devices from another user on seat1. > > And if we ignore the multi-seat stuff (which is going to be used by a > *tiny* minority of users) there is no down-side. I'd anyway recommend to NOT create a user during Debian installation in such multi-seat setups....which actually also solves the problem. user-setup has a preseedable variable for this: Template: passwd/make-user Type: boolean Default: true # :sl2: _Description: Create a normal user account now? Just pressed passwd/make-user to "False" and you're done. I'd anyway expect multi-seat setups to use an external account database.
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