On 14.03.2013 22:30, Serge Hallyn wrote: > Quoting Michael Biebl (email@example.com): >> On 14.03.2013 22:15, Ansgar Burchardt wrote: >>> Hi, >>> >>> Serge Hallyn <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: >>>> qemu-system-common installs a udev rules file which sets /dev/kvm group >>>> to 'kvm'. Its postinst then adds a kvm group. However udev reads the >>>> new rules file as soon as it sees it, sees that group kvm doesn't >>>> exist, and ignores that part of the rule (until reboot, udev restart, >>>> or the rule is re-added, of course). >>> >>> Couldn't postint tell udev explicitly to reload rules after the kvm >>> group was added? The init script has a reload action which calls >>> udevadm control --reload-rules which might do the right thing. >> >> I'd probably just do an explicit chown/chmod /dev/kvm (given the device >> exists) in postinst. > > That is not sufficient. If something else does udevadm trigger, udev > will re-label /dev/kvm with the old group perms. Nothing should run udevadm trigger, at least not without being specific to a subsystem. If a package is doing that, it's buggy. Michael -- Why is it that all of the instruments seeking intelligent life in the universe are pointed away from Earth?
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