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Old 16th September 2008
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I've installed kde4 but have come up against a few problems.

Can't create /dev/cd0.
Eject doesn't properly work.
Keyboard rate not adjustable. Where's it at in the control panel?
No icons for mounted media. Again the control panel.
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adding to /etc/devfs.conf:

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link /dev/acd0 /dev/cd0
Would probably deal with the cd issue when the system restarts, assuming you've got acd's and need them aliased to cd's on startup.
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I need to make all users home folders inaccessible to all others. I've come up on a problem of a link that cannot be given permission.
Do I need to change the folder ownership from root and not user?
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Keyboard rate not adjustable. Where's it at in the control panel?
Add keyrate="fast" to /etc/rc.conf.
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adding to /etc/devfs.conf:

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link /dev/acd0 /dev/cd0
Would probably deal with the cd issue when the system restarts, assuming you've got acd's and need them aliased to cd's on startup.
/dev/acd* is for ATAPI CD-ROM drives.
/dev/cd* is for SCSI CD-ROM drives.

In order to get /dev/cd* entries for ATAPI CD-ROM drives, you just have to load atapicam.ko.
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