On Sat, 2004-02-07 at 15:18, Didier Wiroth wrote: > Hi, > using freebsd5.2-release > I've set vfs.usermount=1 in sysctl.conf. > Normal user get permission denied when trying to > mount an ntfs permission (slice ars01), until root > has mount and umount it at least once. > See the following > > File permission on /dev/ar0s1 is 644 and owned by > root:operator > > User ddais member of group dda, wheel & operator. > > A) Mounting as user dda: > [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~> mount_ntfs /dev/ar0s1 mnt/ntfs/ > mount_ntfs: /dev/ar0s1: Operation not permitted > > Mounting was not permitted > > Changing to root: > [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~> su > Password: > [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/home/dda# mount_ntfs /dev/ar0s1 > mnt/ntfs > > Slice was mounted without problem, let's umount > it, and change back to user dda. > [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/home/dda# umount mnt/ntfs > [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/home/dda# exit > exit > > B) TRY AGAIN NOW AS USER DDA > [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~> mount_ntfs /dev/ar0s1 mnt/ntfs/ > > NOw it works?! Hmm...!? > > Any suggestions?!
The ntfs.ko kernel module wasn't loaded until root issued the command. While usermount allows users to mount file systems, it does not allow users to load kernel modules. Joe > Thx > > > > _______________________________________________ > [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list > http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions > To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" -- PGP Key : http://www.marcuscom.com/pgp.asc
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