On Jan 17, 2007, at 12:04 AM, Oliver Iberien wrote:
I am logged in as oliver. I have two extra partitions mounted.
Below is the
section of devfs.conf that has to do with them:
#Allow access to the second disk
own /dev/ad1s2c oliver:wheel
perm /dev/ad1s2c 0666
own /disk2 oliver:wheel
perm /disk2 0666
#Allow access to disk3
own /dev/ad2s2c oliver:wheel
perm /dev/ad2s2c 0666
own /disk3 oliver:wheel
perm /disk3 0666
And the permissions that display are:
$ ls -l / | grep disk
drw-rw-rw- 3 oliver wheel 2048 Jan 16 23:13 disk2
drw-rw-rw- 6 oliver wheel 512 Dec 21 23:01 disk3
$ mkdir /disk2/storage
mkdir: /disk2/storage: Permission denied
Although as a superuser, it works.
$ sudo mkdir /disk2/storage
What is going on?
Missing executable permission (required for viewing directories /
executing binaries, scripts)? Try 0775 (that's a decent permissions
setup--read, write, exec for oliver and wheel group; read, write for
all) or 0770 (read, write for oliver / wheel group, permission denied
for all) or something similar.
You can also run chmod or chown as root to set things up properly,
instead of with /etc/devfs.conf (if you don't mind that).
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