Notes about setting up dtrace user on a Solaris 10 system: by default, it appears that normal users don’t have enough privileges to access dtrace. These privileges are:
and these are described in the privileges(5) man page.
So how do we add these privileges to a user account? According to http://forum.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=22787&messageID=73761, it’s a matter of editing /etc/user_attr with a set of default privileges.
Sun’s patch 120289 recently change gnome-terminal’s behavior on page up and page down keys. Some people are very happy about this:
Unfortunately, I’m not. *grin*
I do understand why the change was made — usability matters! — but for me, the existing behavior was perfectly usable and right: I want those keys to be sent to the terminal. I use those keys all the time in pine, and they don’t work anymore.
I’m now trying to figure out how to work with gconf-editor to preserve the old behavior but haven’t figured out where things need to change yet. Oh well.
I learned two new Emacs keystrokes that will make Scheme coding that much less painful: