Hello there… and I hope it’s the right section of the forum for the topic.
I’m new to EndeavourOS, with Plasma5 (even if as a derivative of Arch I already have a good experience with Manjaro) and I immediately found the problem clearly stated in the title.
Fresh installation of EndeavourOS on ssd, 120 GB kingston, and second hard disk, a brand new 2 TB seagate barracuda, formatted in ext4, because originally it had to contain the separate home (but then I decided on a simpler set of links, between the home folders and those in the external hard drive, as I had already done on Manjaro and KDE Neon).
On first mount, it asks for my password, and I immediately notice that it was read-only for normal “non-root” users.
I use root permissions to change hard disk permissions, it is now readable and writable by the normal user.
However, even if I put the automatic mounting and “activated” a script on purpose (also used with the other aforementioned distros, Manjaro and Neon), but, even if it mounts it at startup, it keeps asking me for the password (this time at startup of the system).
This has never happened to me, and I would like to know if there is a way to fix it (which doesn’t involve formatting the drive because, well, it was urgent that I use it and there is already a hundred GB of documents that I have no way to move).
PS: forgive my english … but i’m using google translate.