Never a Doh! moment.

Nicholas Leippe nick at leippe.com
Mon Dec 17 14:36:23 MST 2007


On Monday 17 December 2007, Steven Alligood wrote:
> This is all a very good example of why you never play around with your
> important machine.
>
> Aka, one machine for Quicken, Turbotax, your resumes, etc, and another
> one for mythTV, MAME, kids games, etc, and possibly even a third for
> testing new OS's, patch levels, etc.
>
> And yes, one day I will have three working computers at my house (aka,
> all working at the same time).

Or, just give non-root access to /dev/sd<removeable drive's device>
and mkfs as a non-root user. Unix permissions at work for you.

This can be done with udev.




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