I just upgraded to 5.1-RELEASE last night. I have a Jungsoft Nexdisk USB memory stick that is being successfully recognized. Since I want the memory stick to be usable by users of group operator, I need the /dev/da0s1 device to be mode 0664. Then they can mount the device on one of their own directories (via vfs.usermount=1).
Under 5.0, I used rc.devfs to add a ruleset to devfs using the following commands. This worked fine: ruleset 99 rule add path da0s1 mode 664 rule -s 99 applyset Under 5.1 I tried doing a similar action with devfs.conf: perm da0s1 0664 This does not work, and after looking over rc.d/devfs, I realized that this only works for devices present at boot time, and not for umass devices inserted later. Is there an accepted means of adding a ruleset using the new rc system? Is there another way of doing what I want? I understand that rc.devfs is deprecated, so I don't really want to use it unless I have to. Thanks, David _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"