Ah. I see.
You have two contradicting options for the floppy. You need to remove either the auto or the noauto option.
If you remove the noauto option, you can mount a floppy in the drive with
# mount /media/floppy
If you add "user" to that field (all values must be comma separated), you don't have to be root for this action.
Additional information on the field with the options can be found in the manual for the mount command:
PS: Sorry for the late answer, I didn't check my subscribed threads in a while