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Re: cdrecord: behaves as if not suid root when it is, sorta.

When cdrecord is run suid root it will work.  However, it won't have
access to the function setpriority() listed below.  If you want to do
away with those errors, you will have to run cdrecord as root (ex: sudo

- Ryan

On Tue, Jun 03, 2003 at 01:39:40PM -0400, Chris Metzler wrote:
> Hi.  I've used cdrecord lots of times, but I've just recently run into
> an odd problem.  When I use cdrecord as a non-root user, I get warning
> messages that are not present if I use cdrecord as root:
> cdrecord: Operation not permitted. WARNING: Cannot set RR-scheduler
> cdrecord: Permission denied. WARNING: Cannot set priority using setpriority().
> cdrecord: WARNING: This causes a high risk for buffer underruns.

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