[Bug 1165] cdrom inserted on the server shows up on users desktop on thinclients
------- Additional Comments From email@example.com 2007-07-11 00:57 -------
About the cron part:
At the moment that is the correct behavior, cron creates local pam-sessions and
by that triggers libpam-foreground. Some tests show that cronjobs have PAM_TTY
set to "cron", so if we really care we may check for that as we check for PAM_RHOST.
About the cdrom part:
Not all filesystems do understand the umask mount option. I thought only cds
with Rock Ridge extension will ignore it, as they provide permission and
user/group informations. Reading mount(8) again turned out, that all cdroms will
ignore that. So will all other filesystems which don't mention umask as an
To prevent all users from reading the cdrom one would need to mount it beneath a
directory with appropriate permissions for that. This again is real fun, as KDE
seems to be user friendly enough not provide an option to set this.
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