Subject: Re: sysctl for users mounting filesystems
To: Michael Graff <>
From: Peter Seebach <>
List: current-users
Date: 02/17/2000 15:30:41
In message <>, Michael Graff writes:
>This sort of scares me...

>Can users mount filesystems with setuid-ok status?

I believe a user-mounted filesystem always has everything owned by the user

>Can users overlay /usr?

Summary:  You can mount a filesystem only if:
	1.  You have all needed permissions on the device.
	2.  You own the mount point.

Personally, I like this feature, and I'd like to see an rc.conf or similar
setting for it, because I hate having local-color sysctl's.