Re: Wrong permission for '/dev/pmu' device error in Gnome
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Kiko Piris wrote:
| On 07/11/2004 at 23:24 -0500, Barry Hawkins wrote:
|>Applying Kiko's recommendation did not change the situation.
| Of course, because, AFAICS, the problem is not with the permissions of
| /dev/pmu, the problem is the "famous" bug in gnome.
| Btw, this was not a recomendation, I was simply pointing that I had that
| line in /etc/udev/links.conf (I had to do it because udev did not create
| the device by itself; no big deal OTOH).
~ Sorry if that sounded like you had a recommendation that did not
work; that was not the intent. I was mostly cataloguing my "good faith
effort" to find an answer before posting the question. I find it odd
that this apparently-well-known Gnome bug has so little documentation
online in a form that would surface via searches on Google and our archives.
All Things Computed
Registered Linux User #368650
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