Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 466685
ACL set wrong rights
Last modified: 2015-02-01 17:48:18 EST
I not really know where is right component to put those bug, but for begin let it sicked to acl component.
Here i several problems when i work with fedora 9 and lack of right access for several programs. And i think the main problem is wrong ACL policy applied to some system services. I found two services with bad ACL rights.
First is vncserver. When you start new session by running vncserver as system service try to do command related to any removable media like cdrom, printers, web cam or other. For example: create vncserver and in terminal type: eject. You got an error about insufficient access rights to /dev/cdrom.
Second service is sshd. Try to do same things, for example run command: ls > /dev/dsp. Also you got an error about limited rights to read/write.
Only right way to login to system and solve those issues use local login. Any remote access lack of full rights to the system.
I tried to understand nature of the problem but i have lack of knowledge about local/remote authentication. Probably that is pam problem, or hal problem i have no idea where to looking for it.
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