Re: CD-RW Group, is "generic" always a CD Burner??? (Re: Bug#123550: perms: generic should be set)
Previously Karl M. Hegbloom wrote:
> >>>>> "Russell" == Russell Coker <email@example.com> writes:
> Russell> Is the generic SCSI device ALWAYS a CD burner or similar
> Russell> device? Or are there situations in which a hard drive
> Russell> could be accessed through it?
> I have no way of knowing. Does anyone else know the answer?
It's not, it's just a generic way of accessing SCSI devices. CD writers
are the most popular use for it.
> I'll second that suggestion. It seems appropriate to me. Can we
> allocate another group?
I'm not sure it makes sense to allocate one unless we have a (mini)-policy
in place for CD writing software to use that group consistently.
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