While I have not used removable drives, I have found that working with 
removable media, dvd's, etc.  I have this sort of problem if I don't have an 
entry in fstab with the mount point owned by the user and preferably in the 
user directory structure.

Mark Moellering


On Sunday 09 July 2006 9:59 am, Bram Kuijper wrote:
> Hi,
>
> still cannot seem to get usb device working as an ordinary user between
> multiple reboots, without doing /etc/rc.d/devfs start as root every time.
>
> did the following things described under 4.3.3. from
> http://www.gphoto.org/doc/manual/permissions-usb.html
>
> added this to devfs.rules:
>
> [usb_devices=10]
> add path 'da*s*' mode 0666 group usb
> add path 'ugen*' mode 0666 group usb
>
> added this to rc.conf:
> devfs_system_ruleset="usb_devices"
>
>
> removed this from devfs.conf:
>
> own /dev/fd0 root:operator
> perm /dev/fd0 0666
>
>
> then, I restarted my rc.conf:
> /etc/rc.d/devfs start
>
> now, it is possible to mount the device as described, however only
> during this login. If I reboot, I have to do devfs start again as root.
>
> anybody knows how to retain these settings between multiple reboots?
>
> TIA,
> Bram
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