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  • 08:25:08 am on January 27, 2009 | 0
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    The kextload executable must be run as root in order to load extensions into the kernel. For security reasons, it is not a setuid executable. This means that your daemon must either be running as the root user or must include a helper binary that is setuid root in order to use kextload to load a kernel extension

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