Bill Caroselli <email@example.com> wrote:
I just did a fresh install of 6.2 from CD. I also installed some items
from the 3rd party CD. All of this was done as root.
Now I crated a non-root account, ‘bill’. When I log in as bill I get a
Unable to create /j9plugin.jxe
Errno: 13, Permission Denied
What must I do to fix this?
Should packages be installed as non-root?
‘/j9plugin.jxe’ had been created under /dev/shmem by your root account
and has root as owner. I’m not sure if it matters, that this entry
cannot be re-created by a non-root user. For me it helped, when I
deleted the entry by ‘rm /dev/shmem/j9plugin.jxe’ from a root
AFAIK, this happens every time, when you login ‘root’ as first user
I wonder, what this entry is for …
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