Hi, big picture: I want to get access to my USB DVB device in a jail. First I explain what works (to show what I already know in this regard), then I explain what doesn't work (where I seem to lack some knowledge).
What I did so far: I already patched my kernel to give access to /dev/io and /dev/dri in a jail to have X1 up and running in a jail (works since some years): - changed PRIV_DRIVER to PRIV_DRI_DRIVER (new in my kernel) for the priv_check() for /dev/dri - added cases PRIV_IO and PRIV_DRI_DRIVER to sys/kern/kern_jail.c which allow access if a specific allow.xxx flag is set for the jail - added the following lines to devfs.rules in a x11-jail specific section (plus some more devices): ---snip--- add path agpgart unhide add path dri unhide add path 'dri*' unhide add path nvidiactl unhide add path 'nvidia*' unhide add path io unhide add path mem unhide ---snip--- Patches at http://www.Leidinger.net/FreeBSD/current-patches/0_jail.diff Result so far: - I see the io/mem/nvidia* devices (when I had a Radeon card which used /dev/dri, I was also seeing the devices in the /dev/dri/ directory) - I have X11 running in a jail (some config stuff skipped in the above list). My problem: I try now to get the device nodes which are created by multimedia/cuse4bsd-kmod + mltimedia/webcamd visible in a jail, but they only show up in the jail-host, not in the jail itself. I patched the priv_check()s in cuse4bsd-kmod to use PRIV_DRI_DRIVER (because it is already available in my kernel and allowed in the jail where I test this; I expect this is necessary in case I want to run webcamd in the jail instead on the host system) and have the following entries in devfs.rules: ---snip--- [devfsrules_unhide_cuse=13] add path cuse unhide add path video unhide add path 'video*' unhide add path dvb unhide add path 'dvb*' unhide add path input unhide add path 'input*' unhide ---snip--- I also tried with: ---snip--- add path 'dvb/*' unhide add path 'dvb/adapter0/*' unhide ---snip--- (I was as desperate to even reboot the entire host system after changing the rules to make sure I didn't forget to run something which should be run before.) When starting webcamd in the host system (to rule out some other interactions if I would start it in the jail), i can see in the jail: ---snip--- /dev/cuse /dev/dvb/ /dev/input/ /dev/input/event0 ---snip--- In the host system I have additionally: ---snip--- /dev/dvb/adapter0/ca0 /dev/dvb/adapter0/demux0 /dev/dvb/adapter0/dvr0 /dev/dvb/adapter0/frontend0 ---snip--- I would expect to see at least the /dev/dvb/adapter0, if not all of them in the jail itself. Is there something to the devfs.rules syntax or priv_check() or make_dev()/make_dev_cred() I don't know/understand which is involved when subdirectories of subdirectories in /dev are involved? How can I debug this (where to look, what to look for, ...)? Bye, Alexander. -- http://www.Leidinger.net Alexander @ Leidinger.net: PGP ID = B0063FE7 http://www.FreeBSD.org netchild @ FreeBSD.org : PGP ID = 72077137 _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-usb To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-usb-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"