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RE: allow mount to normal use

Bill Leach writes:
 > The simplest and most direct solution is to add "users" to the list of 
 > options for each filesystem that you want your users to be able to mount 
 > (in /etc/fstab).
 > So, your cdrom entry might look something like:
 > /dev/hdd                /cdrom          iso9660 noauto,users   0    0
 Just a hint...

 it is often convenient to make a link from /dev/cdrom  to whatever
device your CD-ROM is on.  Thus, if you add devices, or change your
configuration, you only have to change one link, instead of every
program that uses the CD-ROM ;-)

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