I recently compile Kernel 2.6.34 (to fix the AMD PowerNow issue with 1055T processor, and it worked!)
However, the device
starts up at boot as Read-Only.
Google Chrome requires this device to be user-writable, or it won't start up. Presumably, the stock kernels (and all that are updated) have it set to User-Write. I have not noticed any other ill effects with the permission being read-only.
If I do:
sudo chmod a+w /dev/shm
Everything will work from there, but each time I reboot, I have to do that.
How do I make that permission-change permanent?