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EDIT: by looking through the help files, I found out how but for some reason when I try to mount as a user and not as super user it won't ...
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    fwc
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    mount disk on startup


    EDIT:
    by looking through the help files, I found out how but for some reason when I try to mount as a user and not as super user it won't allow me. It gives the message
    cannot mount the device using FUSE library or something
    Can someone please help, thanks very much

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    What distribution are you using?
    Some have iron gates on all sides to keep users doing homework and not geeky stuff, like Ubuntu Intrepid.
    There are something like 600+ variations of Linux OS. They're not all the same.

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    Post the contents of /etc/fstab file here. Post your Linux distro's details too.
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