I have made several partitions on my hard disk. One is encrypted (LUKS) and contains my sensitive data. I don't want this partition to be mounted permanently (by automounting it via fstab), only when I (or another user) need(s) it.
Problem: I can only mount these as an admin. No normal user can mount partitions on my system. A least, I don't know any other way to do this. I'm running a dual boot system (win7, Ubuntu 14.04) on a Dell Inspiron N5050.
Question: how can I let normal users mount partitions in general, and an encrypted partition in particular?
pmount is not the solution here; it only mounts external devices.