Wrong permission for '/dev/pmu' device error in Gnome
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~ Do any of you with more history with Gnome have some info on the
proper way to handle the /dev/pmu error when Gnome starts up? I have
seen posts on Debian lists and elsewhere with folks changing the
permissions on /dev/pmu manually, and then udev overwrites it, etc.
Nothing I have read so far seems like a proper solution.
~ If anyone has insight on the proper way to handle this issue, I
would really appreciate it.
~ If this issue sounds totally foreign to the list, let me know and I
can provide more information.
All Things Computed
Registered Linux User #368650
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