$ echo $PATH
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# usermod -a -G games <your_user_name>
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$ cat /etc/env.d/90games
ls -l /usr/games/
rwxr-x--- 2 root games 4096 Jan 19 03:09 bin
chmod 751 /usr/games/bin
chmoad a+x /usr/games/bin
ls -l /usr/bin/games
drwxr-x--x 2 root games 4096 Jan 19 03:09 bin
# if yo wish in octal code
stat -c "%a %n" /usr/games
Tedel wrote:I had the same problem. I noticed my /usr/games/bin folder is with wrong permissions:
owner: can read and write (correct)
group: can read (correct)
others: forbidden (incorrect)
See if you can reproduce in your machine and then change your folder permissions. You should be able to start the games.
Stupot wrote:Those permissions are considered correct. Any user who is supposed to be allowed to play games would simply need to be a member of group 'games'.
Honeyman wrote:Stupot wrote:Those permissions are considered correct. Any user who is supposed to be allowed to play games would simply need to be a member of group 'games'.
Well, that was the point. I am member of the groups games, but still games binaries are not in my path environment.
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