Re: xplaycd can't open /dev/hdd, permission denied.
"Orn E. Hansen" <email@example.com> writes:
> You have two options, as root do:
> chmod o+rw /dev/hdd
> Which will give everyone read/write access to /dev/hdd, or
> alternatively you can add all users that are to have access to
> the cdrom as members of the group 'disk'.
This will also give all those users access to the hard drives, giving
them the possibility to do all sorts of damage, even by accident.
I would prefer to `chgrp cdrom /dev/hdd' and `vigr' to add the users
to the cdrom group. This is also much more secure.
Carey Evans <*> http://home.clear.net.nz/pages/c.evans/
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