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Re: changing framebuffer device owner during login

Previously Jochen Voss wrote:
> Wouldn't something along the lines of
>     lsof /dev/XXX | awk 'NR>1 { print $2; }' | xargs kill
> do?

It would need kill -KILL (or preferably something like the --retry
option from start-stop-daemon), and it would not be as clean as a
working revoke().

> And how are the /dev/tty* devices handled?

Poorly currently, but we can't do any better unfortunately. 

> They seem to change owners and permissions.

login does that.

> That would be a duplicate of #50304 :-)

Heh, figures :(


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