Loop devices, i.e. for mounting raw disk images, can be managed without root privileges using udisks. For testing purposes, an image can be created and formatted like so: dd if=/dev/urandom ...
I'm trying to set a particular USB drive to always mount read only. If I plug it in, it is seen as sdb with a single partition, sdb1. Here are some relevant udevadm lines (not the entire output of ...
I've got an external drive, and I'd like to have a linux partition on it. I formatted everything correctly on one machine with Fedora20 (I have one ntfs and one ext4 partition), but when I plug it in ...
I've been using the terminal for almost everything: in fact, I often don't even log in through the interface, I use the tty1 and go to the web with text-browsers. So, the external drive doesn't ...
I am attempting to mount my Amazon Kindle, 3rd Edition. It automounts correctly and when I run mount -l, I get the following output: /dev/sdg1 on /media/usb0 type vfat ...
I have Debian Wheezy installed with the latest XFCE desktop environment. In the XFCE settings, I specified that external media be automounted upon insertion. However, when I plug in my USB stick, it ...