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How to change the privilege of an application when access to tcp port in Ubuntu

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I just install Ubuntu 13.10 in a VM.  When I try to run the application, It give me the following error

'No permission to access serial or tcp port!'

What do I need to change the privilege of the application and how?

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The program I try to run is diagslave
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did you try putting sudo in front of the command when you started it?
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