On Tue, 19 Mar 2002, Mark Page wrote:
> However, one problem that has me stumped that I would have thought would be
> simple. Grip will work for me as root but steadfastly refuses to work as
> user. It will load the CDRom, read it etc. but as soon as I try to rip and
> encode it refuses with cannot mount cdrom error message.
Debian gives different devices group write. For example to use /dev/dsp,
you have to be in teh audio group. To access the CD fully, you need to be
in the cdrom group so make sure your "normal" user is parts of these
groups and you're sorted
adduser mark cdrom
> permissions to cdparanoia, grip. bladeenc et al to no avail.
> (BTW XCDRoast
> will rip to .wav as user)
suid to root
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