Derek Tattersall wrote: > Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote: >> It makes a big difference, because HAL will change the permissions >> in the GUI mode. It works best when running the Gnome or KDE >> desktop. On the other hand, I believe they are still handled by >> console.perms when using the cli. >> >> Mikkel >> > So what does HAL do if you have a multi-seat configuration? The > permissions were all set up correctly before I set up the multi-seat > configuration. How do I configure HAL? > > Derek > It would probably be easiest to use Polkit to make the changes. I use polkit-gnome-authorization, but I am sure there is a KDE version as well. I am not sure about other window managers. In Gnome, you can either access it from the command line, or System --> Preferences --> System --> Authorizations. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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