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Old 14th November 2005, 02:07 PM
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Question How can I remove pam_timestamp: `/' owner UID != 0?

I installed a printer driver both for USB and parallel port, then I found a lot of messages in my /var/log/messages:
Nov 14 22:02:52 server1 kernel: audit(1131973372.933:5): avc: denied { read } for pid=9526 comm="printconf-tui" name="printconf.pickle" dev=dm-0 ino=1246057 scontext=system_u:system_r:cupsd_config_t tcontext=root:object_r:var_t tclass=file
Nov 14 22:02:53 server1 pam_timestamp_check: pam_timestamp: `/' owner UID != 0
Nov 14 22:03:28 server1 last message repeated 7 times

How can I remove this messages? what happened in my system?
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