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I cannot edit my /etc/fstab as i'm a non-root user. As i only have certain computers that i can access as root, i need to use my thumbdrive on pcs that i have no root access. is there a workaround for non-root users? Thanks
If that's the case then how do i actually continue to use my thumbdrive when i'm logged in as a non-root user? I noticed that i only can write and mount/unmount as root but not as a non-root user where i actually tried unmounting but the files still shows in konqueror. Thanks!