Of course, you can mount a windows network folder quite easily in Linux/Ubuntu.
sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.0.2/NAME /media/USER/DIR -o username=USERNAME,password=PASWORD
Is there any way to grant non-root users write access to this mounted folder without creating an entry in
Background: I'd like to occasionally mount my folders from another computer to do some work on the files. As there are different folders all the time, it does not seem sensible to create an fstab entry every time. And as I'd like to work on the GUI, I cannot easily work with root permissions. The file permissions set for the mount folder, of course, are ignored after having the ressource mounted. Any ideas? Or is it simply not possible?