untrusted user mount usb, followed handbook, still no luck
rsmith at xs4all.nl
Tue Apr 1 16:52:02 UTC 2014
On Mon, Mar 31, 2014 at 09:59:17PM -0700, jungleboogie0 wrote:
> Hi Roland,
> >Around 2010 I wrote the manual pages devfs.conf(5) and devfs.rules(5).
> they are still up to date. If something is missing or unclear, please
> submit a
> Example shows: [localrules=10]
> This example shows:[localrules=5]
> What's the difference between the two?
Each devfs mountpoint has a ruleset number associated with them. That is the
number shown in /etc/devfs.rules and activated in /etc/rc.conf.
Since the default rulesets in /etc/defaults/devfs.rules have numbers 1 -- 4,
there is no overlap with numbers >4. So in this case there is no difference.
IIRC, if you were to re-use an existing ruleset number, the rulesets are
effectively merged. Since the sets 1 -- 4 are pretty restrictive, don't do
that! E.g. ruleset 4 is meant for use in jails, exposing only a minimum of
Generally; use an unique ruleset number for each ruleset. You can use the
include mechanism to incorporate other rulesets if you want to.
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