[dm-crypt] mounting luks-encrypted external drive without root access
derliebegott at gmail.com
Thu Dec 2 17:24:42 CET 2010
2010/12/1 <nimiezko at mailoo.org>:
> In fstab there is an option "user" which allows non-root users to mount the
> designed FS.
> It's useful for removable media.
> How can I allow a user to "cryptsetup" some predetermined drive ?
> Any option in crypttab ?
> Thanks in advance.
nautilus (gnome file manager) is showing my non-mounted luks drives and
a double click on this entry asks me for a password and mount it.
but that is only maybe a solution if you use gnome/nautilus and your nautilus
probably has to be compiled with luks support and your HAL daemon has
to support it.
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