Description of problem:
K3bsetup is not with this release.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
K3b 0.11.9 (using KDE 3.2.2-3 Red Hat)
Steps to Reproduce:
It's intentional; we're not going to ship an application that has a
sole use of creating security holes.
Maybe the menu entry should be removed to avoid confusion?
I'm not sure what your meaning...
"It's intentional; we're not going to ship an application that has a
sole use of creating security holes."
I have been under the impression that ksbsetup sets permissions to
root or whoever you want...
Maybe one should set it with a differnt default ?
The menu entry is removed.
k3bsetup changes the owner and group of the CD devices, and the
permissions on various binary apps. All of this is unnecessary; ergo,
it's not going to be shipped. (And making things like cdrecord, etc.
setuid *will* open up security holes in the future.)