I have a mountpoint /mnt/v1 and a user bak in group bak. I did this:
sudo chown bak:bak /mnt/v1 sudo chmod 775 /mnt/v1
Now I want to mount an external fat32 drive with partition /dev/sdb1 to this directory. I get the message "only root can do that", so I found out I need to change fstab and added this line:
/dev/sdb1 /mnt/v1 vfat noauto,user 0 2
But still I get the nasty message "only root can do this" when I mount like this:
bak$ mount -t vfat /dev/sdb1 /mnt/v1
But when I mount as root the whole drive get permissions of root which I don't want.
Is there some action necessary so the new fstab entry get's read into the kernel? How can I achieve what I want?