'sudo mount filesystem' without denying user acount access?
I taught myself how to use the mount command via the man pages, but I have to use sudo to do so. (My user acount obviously doesn't have access.)
I mounted my ntfs filesystem to /home/*username*/data using sudo, but it's denying my user acount access to that folder, which it previously did have access too, with the mounted filesystem.
How can I mount the filesystem without denying my user acount access to it? Or at least, how can I give my user acount access to it? Thank you.