Re: Etch: DBUS and powersave daemon message
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On Thursday 17 May 2007, Kevin Krammer was heard to say:
> On Thursday 17 May 2007, Curt Howland wrote:
> > "You are not permitted to connect to the powersave daemon via
> > DBUS. Please check your DBUS configuration and installation."
> Check if your user is member of the group "powerdev"
Well, I forgot to look before adding, but he certainly is
now. "powerdev" shows up in the user's "groups" listing.
> In the example of powersave daemon, there is a file
> At the end it details what "desktop users" are allowed to do and it
> specifies that those users have to be in the group "powerdev"
And sure enough it says "policygroup powerdev".
After doing the "addgroup user powerdev" command, I exited KDE and
logged back in. Unfortunately the message came up again.
Will it require a reboot maybe?
September 11th, 2001
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