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Re: /dev/pf perms and oidentd non-privileged



> Unless I'm mistaken, /dev/pf must be owned root:wheel, so a special
> group and /dev/pf with group r/w perms is out of the question (please
> correct me if I'm wrong).

I don't see anything wrong with running it as root.pf, and allowing group
pf read/write privs. In fact, I do that on several on my boxes.

-kj