If I try to open a TrueCrypt drive, TrueCrypt asks me for my administrator-password (also when I am a normal user). I know, that i can prevent this password-asking by editing the sudoers file = giving TrueCrypt general administrator privileges. But in my eyes, giving TrueCrypt generally administrator privileges is a security risk.
So my question is: How can I edit TrueCrypt, in the way, that it not wants administrator privileges anymore, to mount a TrueCrypt volume.
(I do not understand why TrueCrypt wants/needs administrator-privileges to mount a volume/filesystem. Because if I put an USB Stick in my Computer, it gets mountet without additional administrator privileges. So why shell TrueCrypt need more privileges?)
I use Ubuntu 12.04