Hi,
To automate some tasks I need to mount a disk image. The name of the disk image is a changing parameter, so I can't add it to /etc/fstab.
Since I want this script to be available to other users on different machines without bothering the admin to add them to the "mount" user group or adding a file to /etc/sudoers.d/, I'd prefer to use fusermount / user space file system to mount this image. Is this possible?

If I'd use mount, this command is successful:
mount -o loop disk.img mount_point

Would be thankful for any hint (even if the hint is "forget it" )

Best regards,
Throsten