Re: umass to /dev/da* mapping
- From: Warren Block <wblock@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2011 13:02:58 -0700 (MST)
On Wed, 7 Dec 2011, Mike Clarke wrote:
On Wednesday 07 December 2011, Zane C. B-H. wrote:
On Wed, 7 Dec 2011 08:39:30 -0700 (MST)
Warren Block <wblock@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:On Wed, 7 Dec 2011, Zane C. B-H. wrote:Still you will want to investigate what I've mentioned. It will
drastically simplify permission stuff as well as make automatic.
The devfs stuff is just not boottime only, but will be applied to
any new device added etc post boot.
Are you sure of that? Seems like devfs permissions are only
applied when devfs(8) apply/applyset commands are run, directly or
Yeah, I am sure of that. It is what I have setup here.
/etc/devfs.conf - This one only affects boot time stuff.
/dec/devfs.rules - This one contains the rules will be applied during
and post boot. It will also require you to specify which to use in
"/etc/rc.conf" as this file can contain multiple rule sets.
Tested, and I agree. It'll set permissions on dynamically added devices. Sorry about that.
But can I use that to dynamically set up my link to the new device when
the memory stick is inserted?
No, devfs.rules can't run arbitrary code when a device is added. devd.conf is the place for that. Actually, create a new .conf file in /etc/devd/ for your own customizations.
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