[OpenIndiana-discuss] Permissions of cdrom device?
pulaskite at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 1 14:09:07 UTC 2011
Might not be the permissions.
There are at least two, if not three removable media daemons running on a default install. They tend to get in arguments about who owns the drive. I discovered this when a UFS flash disk got mounted and I had to reboot the system to unmount it.
rmvolmgr is under smf control, so it's easy to stop. I haven't found what starts the other or what the name is. Since it can't handle ZFS, it can't mount the USB HD I'm using and can be ignored. But it *is* annoying.
--- On Thu, 3/31/11, Dan Swartzendruber <dswartz at druber.com> wrote:
> From: Dan Swartzendruber <dswartz at druber.com>
> Subject: Re: [OpenIndiana-discuss] Permissions of cdrom device?
> To: "'Discussion list for OpenIndiana'" <openindiana-discuss at openindiana.org>
> Date: Thursday, March 31, 2011, 9:58 PM
> Heh, I think I see why this is happening. Tracked
> down to
> /etc/logindevperm. I didn't mention I am not actually
> logging in to the
> console, since it is a headless server (using VNC to
> session :2). Since I
> am not logged in, the default 0400 for root is in
> effect. I am assuming I
> can change the default from 0400 for removable devices to
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