usbconfig for fstab
On my FreeBSD 9.0 PC, I have issues with external USB drives. Just figured out, I need to execute a command after plugging one in (and before mounting it):
# usbconfig -d ugen3.2 add_quirk UQ_OPEN_CLEARSTALL
- What does ugen3.2 mean? Can I blindly type this every time, or does this number change, say in the order of attaching USB devices or depending on the USB port?
- The drive is supposed to be mounted in fstab. What is the FreeBSD way of automatically executing the above usbconfig command in conjunction with fstab?
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