Tim Black wrote:
> User mpd2 needs access to ALSA devices bc I'm running MPD (music
> player daemon) as this user. When this daemon tries to access ALSA
> device hw:0,0, it gets an "Error opening ALSA device: hw:0,0 No such
> device" error. (But if I run the daemon as 'tim' or root there are
> no such errors.)
When the device nodes in /dev/snd/ are created dynamically (with udev),
it's possible that their permissions are set by the udev rules and do
not come from the directory.
When you log in as mpd2, what are the permissions of the files in
/dev/snd/? Do you get the expected result when doing "cat
/dev/snd/pcmC0D0c"? (The expected result is "file descriptor in bad
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