On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 12:51:24AM -0300, Joao Roscoe wrote:
> If I create a NIS group (with a high ID), called serial_ports, dhould I
> just, as root, chgrp /dev/ttyS0 so that it's group is serial_ports ?
You could, and it may even work, but it would be temporary.
To make it truly work you should write your own udev rule for these (and
The reason being - udev creates everything under the /dev (system boot).
Udev changes everything under the /dev (vt switch, user relogins).
In that particular case you should override changes made by