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.
Also, I want my partitions to be accessible for normal users through my file-manager Nautilus. This is because several normal users (who do not, and will not use terminal commands such as sudo and mount) are using this system as well, and I want them to be able to access it through the file-manager.
So basically, I want two things: - mount permissions for normal users - mount capability through the file manager Nautilus for normal users.
Is there a way to do that?