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I am new to BSD environment. When ever I insert my pen drive in gnome(freeBSD7.2) as a non-root user I can see that the flash drive has been detected. But ...
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    Problem using usb flash drive in freeBSD7.2


    I am new to BSD environment.

    When ever I insert my pen drive in gnome(freeBSD7.2) as a non-root user I can see that the flash drive has been detected. But when I try to open it, I can't. But as a root user I can see the content of the flash drive easily.

    I do not want to use flash drive as a root user, I want to use it as a casual user.
    HELP!!

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    The easy way in Linux is:
    * Open Terminal
    * Type sudo nautilus
    * Go to the device
    * Right click
    * Preferences
    * And edit permissions

    I'm not used to BSD, but it should be almost the same, i think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubenmh View Post
    The easy way in Linux is:
    * Open Terminal
    * Type sudo nautilus
    * Go to the device
    * Right click
    * Preferences
    * And edit permissions

    I'm not used to BSD, but it should be almost the same, i think.
    yes it is same with BSD

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