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For example /dev/loop*, /dev/raw/*, etc., they are automatically reset to root/root after rebooted.

Change the owner/permission of device files maybe not a good idea, though. I just want to know if it is possible and how?

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Write a udev rule that sets the permissions on the device node appropriately.

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