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Old 4th November 2018
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Default Doas.conf question

I am trying to set up my desktop with OpenBSD 6.4 to easily allow a user (myself) to mount and umount usb sticks.
So far I have been unable to mount or unmount as a user. This is what I have in my /etc/doas.conf file:

permit nopass staus as root cmd /sbin/mount
permit nopass staus as root cmd /sbin/umount

doas -C /etc/doas.conf exits without error, I think.

If I run doas -C /etc/doas.conf mount, I will get deny. (I also cannot mount the usb stick to my home directory, if I run doas mount /dev/sd2i <my dir>.

I have all the latest syspatches installed.
Any ideas. It is driving me nuts going through man pages and internet searches.
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