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XaAES/MinT multiuser setup

February 28, 2009 01:07AM
i posted this some time ago (MinT 1.16.3/XaAES 0.998alpha/TeraDesk):
It's not possible to start XaAES when logged in as a 'normal user' (not root).
Even if i set access-rights of U:/c to '775' (in fstab) and /dev/km to '755'
(with sudo), i always get the error-message
'xaloader: No /dev/km found. Please update your kernel'.
Is there a solution for this? Starting XaAES with 'sudo' does not work, because
LOGNAME is then set to 'root' and XaAES and all other apps are started with
root privilegies/paths.
For testing, i installed XaAES in /opt, set global read/write permissions and
changed the path of /usr/bin/xaaes to the new location of xaloader- it's
always the same problem.
Can anybody help (or at least confirm this)?

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Latz 2251 February 28, 2009 01:07AM

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