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accepted concatenate cmd line starting from some parameter
May
11
comment Allowing users to mount /dev/loop0
In the end switched to "pmount". It allows mounting anywhere under /media/ if device is listed in /etc/pmount.allow. The discussion about disk group is not relevant. If asking for such thing I probably realize the potential risk out of it and yes I know that one can change rules in udev to make loop devices created with another group etc...
May
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comment trackpad on laptop in Slackware 13.37 not very sensitive
yeah... 1 mln. $ question
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asked trackpad on laptop in Slackware 13.37 not very sensitive
May
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asked concatenate cmd line starting from some parameter
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comment Allowing users to mount /dev/loop0
SOLVED: adding to fstab "/dev/loop0 /mnt/data auto loop,users 0 0"; using losetup -o offset /dev/loop0 hdd.img; mounting like "mount /dev/loop0"; umounting and unbinding like losetup -d /dev/loop0
May
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comment Allowing users to mount /dev/loop0
No, I can't consider "sudo" solution and adding entries in /etc/sudoers.
May
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asked Allowing users to mount /dev/loop0
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awarded  Supporter
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accepted flock: bad number: myfile.lock
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asked flock: bad number: myfile.lock
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awarded  Editor
May
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accepted deleted mount from bin
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asked deleted mount from bin
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Permanently change ownership of loop devices
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awarded  Student
May
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asked Permanently change ownership of loop devices
May
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asked Partition formatted with mkfs.ntfs not detected in Windows XP