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- Andy McAllister
March 30, 2006, 3:14 am
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cannot access the serial port after a reboot.
I su -, and chmod a+rw /dev/ttyS0, then go back to bagel, and all is
wonderful. Bagel can get to his serial port.
Then I reboot, and the permissions I set are reset to crw-rw----, and
my user "bagel" cannot access the serial port again.
How do I make these permissions persist so "bagel" can get to his
serial port without chmod'ding all the time? I thought it might be
SELinux, so I disabled that.... This computer is not on any network,
so I am not concerned about security.
Thank you in advance.
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