mount / umount
fabrizio at nldesign.com
Wed Jan 7 06:57:10 PST 2004
tried that too:
devfs ruleset 10
devfs rule add path "fd0*" group wheel mode 666
devfs rule add path "apm" group wheel mode 666 (I tried also without this
devfs rule applyset
and after the reboot.. nothing :-(
On Wednesday 07 January 2004 09:47 am, Ryan Sommers wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-01-07 at 08:38, Fabrizio Parrella wrote:
> > 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 again.
> > I have notice now that I cannot use also the /dev/apm when I am not the
> > root, but I can use /dev/dsp.
> > fabry
> With 5.x the device node tree moved onto devfs(5). In order for
> permissions to survive after reboot take a look at /etc/devfs.conf. It's
> fairly well documented.
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