From: Levin, Don M CIV USA ATEC <don.levin@us...> - 2009-02-23 12:12:53
To run Coriander as a regular user (not root), I followed Stefan
(1) I ran "id" and "video" did NOT appear as a group I belong to.
I did "sudo adduser $(id -nu) video"
and then log'd out and log in again to let it become effective.
Now I'm permanently able to access /dev/video1394/*.
(2) I did "grep -Hn raw1394 /etc/udev/rules.d/*.rules" and got
I edited /etc/udev/rules.d/40-permissions.rules to assign raw1394 to
instead of disk (simply change "disk" to "video").
sudo modprobe -r raw1394
and then do:
sudo modprobe raw1394
The modprobe steps are only required for the current session, and NOT
after future system reboots.
Stefan was a great source of help!
Coriander runs, and I get a great live image. However, each time it is
run, regardless whether as root or user, I see 12 identical warnings of:
(coriander:5750): Gtk-WARNING **: GtkSpinButton: setting an adjustment
with non-zero page size is deprecated