Thanks for your reply.

> > I plug the camera into the USB port, turn on the camera, it beeps and says
> > it is connected to a computer.
> At this stage I think you could mount the camera with the /dev/da0s1
> device with msdosfs. Works for me with 5.1

I added this to my /etc/fstab:
/dev/da0s1   /camera msdos   r,notauto,longnames  0  0

created a /camera directory and did "MAKEDEV da0s1" but when I try to
mount /camera:

# mount /camera
fstab: /etc/fstab:9: Inappropriate file type or format
fstab: /etc/fstab:9: Inappropriate file type or format
mount: /camera: unknown special file or file system

when I try putting this line in /etc/fstab:

/dev/usb0  /usb  msdos   rw,noauto,longnames  0 0
# mount /usb

I get:
fstab: /etc/fstab:9: Inappropriate file type or format
msdos: /dev/usb0: Block device required

Do I need to do something like /dev/usb0/da0s1

The handbook goes into great detail about the architecture and says that
USB was supported early on and that the device is smart enough to work on
a plug and play basis no matter what you plug into it.

I can't mount the device, much less use a peripheral plugged into it.


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