Hello.This post is pretty old but solution seems to be the same as for Debian.sudo nano /etc/fstabat the bottom add:usbfs /proc/bus/usb usbfs defaults,devmode=666 0 0then in terminal:sudo mount /proc/bus/usb
For Mandriva 2009.1 – 2010.0 :
# adduser vboxusers foo
# cat /etc/group | grep vboxusers
# mkdir /vbusbf
add to /etc/fstab
none /vbusbf usbfs rw,devgid=501,devmode=664 0 0 #devgid is the output id number for vboxusers
# mount -a
For mandriva 2009.0 :
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Hi all,Not a drama, as everything appears to be working, I just want to learn something on my Arch journey. Since the most recent update (as of this morning) this mount item is failing according to /var/log/boot, naturally because as of this morning, /proc/bus/usb is not there anymore.
I have made a directory: sudo mkdir /ssd, the directory was supposed to be mounted to a raid array called md3. This was done by adding /dev/md3 /ssd auto defaults 0 0 to fstab. Then after a while where I had used the directory, I realized that I had forgotten to run sudo mount -a - and then I did, and now the data is gone.
with the latest 3.6.x. kernel update, usbfs doesn't seem to work anymore.
When booting up, I'll get "failed to start /vbusbf" with a bunch of
services following afterwards all failing and eventually throwing me into
a repair shell.