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I am creating a DVD iso of the mentioned six .iso file using 'mkisofs' in CentOS. During the process, at about 12%, an error occurred. The error was that: "Cannot ...
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    File Permission in CentOS 5


    I am creating a DVD iso of the mentioned six .iso file using 'mkisofs' in CentOS. During the process, at about 12%, an error occurred. The error was that: "Cannot read from '/sys/firmware/acpi/namespace/ACPI/_SB/PCI0/P2P0/S4F0/eject'"
    I remembered setting all the permissions to "read and write" but I kept receiving the same error next time. Could anyone please help me to solve the problem? Thanks all.

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    Generally, you do not change system file permissions. You add your user to appropriate group so you can access resources you need.

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