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On Friday 26 January 2007 17:20, Dmitriy Kropivnitskiy wrote:
>Gene Heskett wrote:
>> On Friday 26 January 2007 14:45, Dmitriy Kropivnitskiy wrote:
>>> Gene Heskett wrote:
>>>> On Friday 26 January 2007 13:30, Dmitriy Kropivnitskiy wrote:
>>>>> Why are you trying to use fonts in /root/.fonts? Are you running
>>>>> your GUI sessions as root?
>>>> Usually, otherwise the stuff I want to do fails to open a path to
>>>> the x-session when I sudo or su -.  Kino was one such app that I
>>>> could run as a user even when I did the su thing to gain access to
>>>> the ieee1394 hardware.
>>> I am sorry. I will not help you with problems running GUI as root.
>>> Basically you have problems because this is not intended usage of the
>>> system. I CAN help you run kino as a regular user though. BTW, does
>>> kino not run as a use weather or not you have selinux enabled? If so,
>>> why did you bring it up as an argument against selinux?
>> Gee, simple I'd think, I read the logs when it failed, and it was
>> selinux that denied me access to the ieee1394 hardware when i ran it
>> as the user gene, uid 500.
>So, after you disabled selinux you were able to run kino as user right?
> Did you try to use audit2allow?

Someone suggested it, I ran it, but its output looked like it was swahili 
or something similar.  I even went thru the procedure to reload its 
output into policy, but at that particular instant the stars weren't 
aligned properly and it made no difference that I could detect.

>>>> write(2, "/usr/share/fonts: failed to writ"..., 40/usr/share/fonts:
>>>> failed to write cache
>>>> ) = 40
>>> I think the strace is incomplete. This write() call is trying to
>>> write to file handle 2 and I don't see any open() call that returns
>>> 2.
>Sorry, 2 is one of the standard I/O handles, probably stderr. So there
> shouldn't have been an open call for that I suppose.

I finally grokked that myself, with the predictable result that there is 
obviously a problem, but its beyond the perview of strace to show it/

Is there in fact a better *trace for stuff like this?

Cheers, Gene
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