On Thu, 2007-08-30 at 15:30 +0300, Boyan wrote:
Tomas Mraz wrote:
> On Thu, 2007-08-30 at 11:44 +0000, Boyan wrote:
>> Recently after upgrade in rawhide (2-3 days ago) I'm not able to use
>> correctly any program using sound. The reason is that the ownership and
>> mode for /dev files are not like before. I think before they was like
>> crw------- 1 MY_USER root
>> Now they are:
>> crw-rw---- 1 root root
>> Excluding /dev/dsp which now is:
>> crw-rw-rw- 1 root root
>> but everything now uses alsa and the files in /dev/snd/* can not be
>> opened by users.
>> Anybody know what changed and how to reconfigure it back?
> HAL daemon must be running.
> The access is now granted by HAL daemon setting ACLs on the device
> nodes. 'getfacl /dev/snd/controlC0' should show whether they are
> properly assigned.
Ok, it seems now that ACL's are required for working sound.
It's a bit strange for me. My kernel is not fedora's kernel, and I
think I'm not the only one who don't use ACL's and hald.
root@b:~# /etc/init.d/haldaemon restart
Stopping HAL daemon: [FAILED]
and after 1-2min:
Starting HAL daemon: [FAILED]
root@b:~# setfacl -m u:b:rw /dev/snd/*
setfacl: /dev/snd/controlC0: Operation not supported
setfacl: /dev/snd/pcmC0D0c: Operation not supported
setfacl: /dev/snd/pcmC0D0p: Operation not supported
setfacl: /dev/snd/pcmC0D1c: Operation not supported
setfacl: /dev/snd/pcmC0D2c: Operation not supported
setfacl: /dev/snd/pcmC0D3c: Operation not supported
setfacl: /dev/snd/pcmC0D4p: Operation not supported
setfacl: /dev/snd/seq: Operation not supported
setfacl: /dev/snd/timer: Operation not supported
Anything more conventional excluding doing chown every time?
I'm the only one using this computer. I'm wondering what was the
problem with the old and working way...
You can keep
/etc/security/console.perms.d/50-default.perms from older
pam package releases. pam_console module is still in pam configs so it
will work. I don't think that the module will be removed from the
configs for F8 but for F9 it probably will so you should change your
kernel to support ACLs on tmpfs anyway.
As for the reasons why we cannot keep the old working way:
No matter how far down the wrong road you've gone, turn back.