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Re: No /dev/pmu

> Thanks to all who've replied.  It now seems to be working (I used
> mknod).  The problem I am currently having is the message box that pops
> up when GNOME starts saying permissions on /dev/pmu are b0rked.
> Apparently this is an upstream bug, however.

Yep. Access to /dev/pmu by unprivileged accounts is considered harmful. If
that persists, I'll submit a kernel patch to silently ignore access to
/dev/pmu (no error thrown) by gnome apps :-)


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