I have a partition taking a whole separate drive that I use for backups. I don't want it to be automounted at startup or mounted by anything I'm not aware of because else it would kill the purpose of being protected against (amongst other things)
rm -rf /. Here's a piece of my fstab:
#Backups UUID=... /mnt/backups ext4 nouser,noauto,ro,suid,dev,exec,async 0 2
This works with command line
mount actions but as a normal user if I click on the drive in Dolphin it still gets mounted although while respecting read only mode, which makes it less harmful.
How can I totally prevent dolphin from doing its thing on its own with my partitions? I'm on a really fresh Kubuntu 14.04.
Note: I read this, but the asker said in a comment that he ran into the same issue.