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Re: cdrdao / ide-scsi problem

> > Well, you are right, so I tried, :-). It works, so there is reason to be
> > glad. However, I'm still wondering how paranoid I must be to still want
> > cdrdao to run without setuid. Furthermore, without setuid and with group
> > permissions or something like that I should be able to control which users
> > may use the writer and which may not. So I will use this until I find
> > something better...
> David,
> Here is the way Debian installs cdrecord
> -rws--x---    1 root     cdrom        177k Apr  9  2002 /usr/bin/cdrecord
> I am the only user on my system that belongs to the cdrom group, so I am the
> only non root user who can burn cds.
> You can set the same permissions for cdrdao, and the same owner and group.
> The easy way, check out the --reference option in man chmod.
> Then you have complete control over who can and who can not use cdrdao as
> well as cdreord.
> Bob

Ah, yes, <sigh>. Why couldn't I think of that... I'm going to change it
right away, ;-)

Thank you for you help!


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