[ILUG] The roots of: is libxml(2) insecure?
jm at jmason.org
Sat Oct 30 01:17:57 IST 2004
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Paul Jakma writes:
> On Fri, 29 Oct 2004, Justin Mason wrote:
> > and wound up only with a confused /dev directory due to d-bus
> > taking over control of that.
> > drives (internal CD/RW-writer/DVD-reader and external USB2
> > CD/RW/DVD+/-R/RW-reader-and-writer) seems to be semi-random each
> > time I reboot. I'm sure there's some way to fix that in the D-bus
> > XML file,
> It cant be D-Bus, least not directly. D-Bus is merely a communication
> protocol, glue.. the config file is mostly related to ACLs to say
> which D-Bus clients can send what to which other clients.
> Your problem is probably due to udev or something else if you're
> seeing /dev/ problems.
yep, sorry -- udev, which seems to be part of the whole D-BUS/HAL/udev
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