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Re: No sound in rawhide



on., 17.06.2009 kl. 11.44 -0700, skrev Ray Van Dolson:
> On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 08:06:36AM -0800, Jeff Spaleta wrote:
> > On Wed, Jun 17, 2009 at 7:25 AM, Ray Van Dolson<rayvd bludgeon org> wrote:
> > > Hmm, I just always figured I was supposed to add myself to the audio
> > > group.  So these files are supposed to be owned by my local user
> > > account when I log in eh?
> > 
> > No...  you should be added to the acl list associated to the device if
> > you are the physical console user as per the authorization policy
> > managed by PolicyKit.  This it how it works from at least F10 onward.
> > Mucking around with file ownership directly is "old think." The system
> > scripts associated with pam use to do that on user login and
> > logout...but has been replaced with the more flexible solution
> > involving acls that PolicyKit based hardware access authorization
> > makes use of.
> > 
> > 
> > for example on the F10 system I'm on right now:
> > ls -la /dev/snd/seq
> > crw-rw----+ 1 root root 116, 3 2009-06-17 07:07 /dev/snd/seq
> > 
> > 
> > getfacl /dev/dsp
> > # file: dev/snd/seq
> > # owner: root
> > # group: root
> > user::rw-
> > user:myuser:rw-
> > group::rw-
> > mask::rw-
> > other::---
> > 
> > I do not own the file in the traditional Unix permissions sense. But I
> > am listed in the acl list with read write access.  If your user is not
> > in the acl list, something misfired in the area of the PolicyKit based
> > authorization handling.
> 
> Good to know.  I've checked the acl list in the past and definitely
> wasn't a member.
> 
> I'll have to remove myself from audio and see if I can track this down.
> 
Did you find anything? I'm still seeing this problem with rawhide as of
today.

Cheers
Kjartan



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