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I need to know whether it is possible to insert or install a device driver without root permissions? or can we instal a device driver as a normal user?. If possible, please provide me the guidelines to do. Thanks In Advance.
Last edited by pixellany; 07-08-2010 at 06:06 AM.
Reason: remove "urgent"
Don't mark your threads as urgent. It might be for you, but it definitely isn't for us. We're not a helpdesk that need to solve issues before a certain time. We are all volunteers here and doing this for fun.
I know for a fact that some people won't even open a thread if they see urgent in the thread title.
Thank you John and Random Troll. Hi Mr.druuna, Thanks for your kind advice. Could you please suggest me a word for replacing URGENT. If something is URGENT menace, i don't know how to say. I know THIS IS NOT A HELP DESK. BCOZ I am also contributing to this community. You are just a senior member, thats it. Hey Mr.druuna I don't want your help further.
You'll see that I made the appropriate change in the thread title....
I would like to create a package which will insert TUN/TAP driver for VPN access. This is meant for a mobile device and hence root permission cannot be granted to the person installing the package. Kindly suggest a solution for this.
Sorry for being furious with my previous posts... Druuna, I will be a good boy from now on...