Mount .iso files (and other stuff) as non root
Hello. I'm sure this question has been asked often, but I haven't been able to find a satisfactory answer.
I want to be able to loop-mount .iso files (and other stuff) as my normal (non-root) user. But when I try to do it (command: "mount -o loop my-file.iso /media/iso"), I get the fateful "mount: only root can do that" message.
Anyone knows how to skip this pickyness of the mount command? But, to save your time and mine, before replying please keep in mind that:
1.- I don't want to use sudo every time. It's slow and annoying.
2.- Logically, I can't be editing /etc/fstab for every new .iso file I want to mount.
3.- I don't want to use any gui program. I want to mount in a console.
4.- I've tried to make /bin/mount suid root, but it doesn't work
5.- I've tried to edit the /etc/sudoers file (user ALL = NOPASSWD: /bin/mount), but it doesn't work.
If possible, I'd love to be able to mount ANYTHING as a normal user, not just an .iso file.