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Re: making /dev/sda always the same permissions



On Fri, 2006-05-26 at 21:57 -0400, Steven Pasternak wrote:
> Whenever I plug in my USB stick or mp3 player I can mount it, but I
> can't directly access the device without changing the permissions. I
> use Fedora 5. When I plug it in, /dev/sda appears and its permissions
> are read-write for root, and nothing for group (disk) or anybody else.
> I haven't a clue how to fix udev to use read-write for everybody

I don't see this behaviour on a friend's FC5 box, which isn't to say
that it doesn't happen.  But are you logged in as yourself when you plug
it in?

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