how to make my program access /dev/log/radio directory?

by barqw » Sat, 27 Dec 2008 07:08:14 GMT


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 i want cat some log in /dev/log/radio for my program,but i found that
the file does not allow to access,return errors in permission
deny,does anybody know how to make my program access this file ?
does sign my program work?is work ,how to sign?

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