How to set device permissions at startup
olli at lurza.secnetix.de
Fri Oct 9 16:54:12 UTC 2009
Roland Smith wrote:
> Oliver Fromme wrote:
> > Quote from the manpage:
> > "The devfs.rules file provides an easy way to create and apply
> > devfs(8) rules, even for devices that are not available at boot."
> > The rules take effect whenever a new node (devide) appears,
> > even after devfs was mounted.
> But one has to run '/etc/rc.d/devfs restart' for newly added rules to take
> effect! (or reboot the system, which is overkill).
Yes, of course. I thought that was obvious.
> Maybe I whould add that to the manual page for devfs.rules?
Agreed, that might be an appropriate clarification.
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