Re: allow mount to normal user
Remco Blaakmeer wrote:
> Yes, but there is more to this. The disk, floppy and cdrom devices
> (I mean the /dev/* files for them) have permissions 0660 on a default
> Debian system, so that normal users can't access them. The solution
> to this is _not_ to make the permissions 0666, but to make the user
> a member of the group that owns the device, i.e.
Command mount is setuid root and after mount you don't need to access
the /dev file that is already mounted elsewhere on the filesystem.
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