I've a partition on /dev/sda2 of 279 GB Ext4 filesystem, but I'm not able to auto mount it on login.
I've added the partition entry
/dev/sda /home ext4 defaults 0 0 in
/etc/fstabt still it does not auto mount.
I've even tried to edit the mount options from disks (please see the below screenshot), yet no results.
The udisks command works well but the problem is that, it asks a admin password for standard user.
So my question is how do I auto mount this partition or at least grant read write permission to standard user so that they can mount this partition using udisks command.
Thanks to dschinn1001 I was able to automount my partition by editing the entry in fstab.
First I fount the UUID using
Then edit the fstab file using sudo
Add the entry in the following format
[Device] [Mount Point] [File System Type] [Options] [Dump] [Pass]
Device will be your UUID
Mount Point will be the location where you want to mount your partition
File System Type will be displayed when you run blkid command
Options Add the options you need. See options in Fstab for more details.
Dump This value will be zero most cases. See Fstab for more details.
Pass This value will be zero most cases. See Fstab for more details.
So finally this is how my entry looks like.
UUID=fe9ab5ba-35ed-49c5-b1d3-9bfc02060867 /media/mount ext4 auto,user,rw,exec 0 0
Save the file and restart your PC.
In the options I've mentioned
auto which means auto mount
user which means grant standard users to mount partition
rw read write permission
exec Permit the execution of binaries from the filesystem