Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] /dev/snd/seq
From: jordan muscott (morsecode_AT_blueyonder.co.uk)
Date: Sun Mar 17 2002 - 16:38:25 EET
>On Sun, 17 Mar 2002 13:18:48 +0100
>Ola Andersson <mnomn_AT_mnomn.com> wrote:
>>Every time I restat my computer, three "files" in /dev/snd changes
>>permission so normal users have no access to them (seq, midi C0D1 and
>>midiC0D2). How do I prevent that?
>The fact that you say this happens when you restart your computer makes me guess that you are using mandrake, which uses devfs by default. devfs dynamically recreates all your devices in /dev each time you reboot. I was having a bit of trouble with this until someone told me to turn it off.
>If devfs is on you will have a line in /etc/lilo.conf that sais something like:
>append=" hdc=ide-scsi devfs=nomount"
damn, obviously i what i meant was:
if devfs is on you will have a line in /etc/lilo.conf that sais something like:
append=" hdc=ide-scsi devfs=mount"
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