Doesn’t mount utility require root privileges? One could make mount SUID
but that’d be security hole.
Applications Mail Group wrote:
You could mount the drives from the users ‘.profile’ file in the users home directory. This would allow you to specify the drives you would like to mount for each user individually.
Tremblay, Channy [SKY:1Z12:EXCH] <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote:
I would like to have different mounting profiles depending on logged
user… how do I do that? Any documentation you can point me to?
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