Re: k3b and cdrecord problem
On Wednesday 05 October 2005 17:05, Michael Thaler wrote:
> On Wednesday 05 October 2005 21:56, Fabio Serpa wrote:
> > It's truth.
> > Suid doesn't work anymore.
> > How the best path to fix this?
> k3b tells you that it doesn't work anymore and that you should use
> k3bconfig to remove the suid bit. But that is actually not true. For me it
> did not work without the suid bit set, but it works with suid bit set (just
> dpkg-reconfigure cdrecord and chose yes). I am using kernel 2.6.12 from
> Debian. With kernels 2.6.8 and 2.6.9 it seems you really have to be root to
> burn cds. You could do the following: install sudo and use visudo to
> edit /etc/sudoers and add:
> username ALL=NOPASSWD:/usr/bin/cdrecord,/usr/bin/cdrdao
> then add in .bashrc
> alias cdrecord='sudo cdrecord'
> alias cdrdao='sudo cdrdao'
> Now all users can burn cds. What actually happens is, that cdrecord and
> cdrdao will allways be run as root.