udev: chown of /dev/ppp
Hia Marco andf Russell,
tahnk you very much for your help. Well, I checked out and changed all
permissions as it should be. The environment is now as follows:
1. /usr/sbin/pppd is now set 0475 with owner root:dip
-rwsr-xr-- 1 root dip 269156 28. Nov 2008 /usr/sbin/pppd
2. The normal user is added in group "dip" and "dialout"
3. The application /usr/bin/umtsmon is now
-rwsr-xr-- 1 root dip 757636 27. Apr 2009 /usr/bin/umtsmon
So everyone in group "dip" is allowed to start it. This is what I wanted.
But I still got the problem, that it crashes due to access rights, when I
start it as the normal user. As root everythnbig is working well!
This error message appears:
/usr/sbin/pppd: using the noauth option requires root privileges
This message was the reason for my very first report. What did I miss? Is there
something else I should check?
Please feel free to ask for more information. Besides, I know, umtsmon is
still not in the debian repository, and the main reason for this is exactly
the problem I described in the past.