mount / umount
fabrizio at nldesign.com
Wed Jan 7 06:39:50 PST 2004
If I try to mount the floppy when I am root, everything works fine!!
I tried to chmod 766 /dev/fd* , but as soon as I reboot I have the problem
I have notice now that I cannot use also the /dev/apm when I am not the root,
but I can use /dev/dsp.
On Wednesday 07 January 2004 06:58 am, Tim Robbins wrote:
> Fabrizio Parrella wrote:
> ># sysctl vfs.usermount
> >vfs.usermount: 1
> >any other ideas?
> Make sure that msdosfs support is compiled into the kernel or has been
> loaded as a module before you try to mount the filesystem as a normal
> user. (This is a semi-FAQ; see
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