Udev fb[0-9]* permissions

Bryan Kadzban bryan at kadzban.is-a-geek.net
Sat Oct 14 17:39:56 PDT 2006

Bryan Kadzban wrote:
> /dev/urandom 0644, which means any user can *change* the contents of
> the kernel random number pool through /dev/random.  This is really,
> really bad on multi-user systems that use the kernel RNG (e.g., for
> SSL/SSH temporal keys).  SuSE uses a "uucp" group instead of our
> "dialout".

Sorry, I just realized that this really didn't make any sense.

I should have said "SuSE also uses a "uucp" group..." instead.  That
thought isn't supposed to be connected to the rest of that paragraph.
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