[Pkg-ltsp-devel] Pen Drives (USB memory stick)

Luiz Eduardo Guaraldo guaraldo at universolivre.com.br
Wed May 19 15:21:40 UTC 2010

Hey, Peter, thanks by the knoladge. Some more informatios:

Authentication is being done by LDAP. I changed the /dev/fuse permitions 
to 666 (readable/writable by everyone). It used to work on Lenny.

Is there any suid bit I must activate? or may be any executable that 
have permitions only for fuse group?

At this moment I can't change the LDAP (this is a experimental server 
and I didn't got this permitions), so I would like to know if there is 
any workarround I can make...

Thanks again!

Luiz Eduardo Guaraldo
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Em 18-05-2010 13:58, Petter Reinholdtsen escreveu:
> [Luiz Eduardo Guaraldo]
>> The USB stick is recognized on clients, but nothing else happens.
>> I've searched the web for any information, but all I found was about
>> permitions on /dev/fuse (that did't help me once I tryed with the user
>> on fuse group and permitions of /dev/fuse rw for all users).
>> If you need any more information, plese make me know.
>> I'd be glad with any information about this issue. Thank you!
> In Debian Edu, we use pam_group to assign fuse group membership at
> login time.  Check the debian-edu-config package to see how it is
> done.
> I've asked for a solution that work out of the box in
> <URL: http://bugs.debian.org/574516>, perhaps using consolekit.
> Happy hacking,

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