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Old 7th April 2008, 03:35 AM
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Unable to access h/w devices from user account!!

Hi guys,

I recently install XFCE then removed GNOME. But I did not like XFCE much so restored GNOME back and removed XFCE.

The funny problem now that has arose is I am unable write CDs/DVDs via my user account and not even play audio CDs. Also, I am unable to scan using my user account.

All of the above tasks are found to be working via root account.

I have also tried SELinux in Permissive mode, huh no use.

HELP!!!! HELP!!!! HELP!!!!
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