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Bug 3909

Summary: tcsh as nonroot user /dev/port permission denied
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: zmarcel
Component: tcshAssignee: David Lawrence <dkl>
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Version: 6.0   
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Hardware: i386   
OS: Linux   
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Last Closed: 1999-07-13 20:39:06 UTC Type: ---
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Description zmarcel 1999-07-06 07:40:00 UTC
If a nonroot user starts tcsh in complains about permissions
for /dev/port. Although this seems not to affect the further
session, it is somehow a bug. If logging in as root user or
su'ed in somewhere this problem does not show up.
I hope you know a way to get rid of this ugly messages.

Red Hat Linux release 6.0 (Hedwig)
Kernel 2.2.5-22 on an i686

travelmate login: sumo
Last login: Sun Jul  4 22:40:42 on tty1
Cannot open /dev/port: Permission denied
[sumo@travelmate ~]#

Red Hat Linux release 6.0 (Hedwig)
Kernel 2.2.5-22 on an i686

travelmate login: root
Last login: Mon Jul  5 21:58:05 on tty2
[root@travelmate ~]#

Comment 1 David Lawrence 1999-07-13 20:39:59 UTC
I could not replicate this problem on a standard 6.0 install machine
with kernel-2.2.5-22 installed.