thank you for hte quality of your reply. it gives some hints to the solution
however I still am concerned by the fact that under windows xp, the xp can mount and read the recorder device.
OK, under linux, you mentioned that one shall use HAL or floppy adduser and so on.
my /dev/sdi is the one.
I would like not to use autofs:
I checked also here.
I would like that my users can mount simply all devices that they plug into the USB
blkid does not support the USB for UUID
adduser floppy is for /dev/fd[0,1...] as it seems
the users have:
whatever kind of usb pendrives flashdisk (1gb,...) with partition and fat32
usb voice recorder (the philips one witout partitions)
and finally their camera devices
The problem is that the fstab imposes:
I do not want to give them the root access or nothing more.
Windows xp can, but I still have no idea how to make this similar mounting that it works for users, and that they are not un-happy of using linux.
I hope that you can help.
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