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Re: user not root cause problem

also sprach ernst <ernst@bluezone.no> [2002.09.12.1332 +0200]:
> The user must be a member of audio group
> # adduser your_username audo

what does this do? add the user to the group audio?

just edit /etc/group and put the username behind the colon on the line
of the group audio.

> and check the permision on dsp
> # ls -la /dev/dsp
> crw-rw-rw-    1 root     audio     14,   3 Nov  4  2001 /dev/dsp
> (this is how mine look like)

why does "others" have rw rights? kinda makes having the audio group

  chmod o= /dev/dsp

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