well, im not to sure how to describe this problem now where to put it.
The second internal drive always needs the admin password one the first mount, when i for example try to use wine with the c drive in said internal drive it doesnt seem to work.
my guess is i would have to remove this admin password prompt to programs dont need root access?
or is there some other way i can make the drive automount and without having interferences?
Edit: another example of this being is a game on this drive trying to install aditional files it doesnt see the drive and thus shows it as 0, which was the initial thing that made me think this might be some perm issue with the whole password prompt?
i dont think you understand what i meant, i dont understand what the arch wiki is trying to tell me, its to cryptic for me to comprehend what its trying to tell me.
the arch wiki (for me) as i said is written with the reader needing already extensive knowledge to use it properly.
In short, i just dont understand it, which is why im asking this friendly forum for the help i need.
I’m sorry but i understand exactly what @AmandaONeill is saying. I too agree that for a lot of people reading the Arch wiki isn’t going to help them. It is written in a way that is so technical most people can’t understand it and it just leads you down a rabbit hole of frustration and disillusionment. I myself find it difficult and sometimes excruciatingly painful to just read through some stuff. So i understand exactly what is being said. I don’t believe in RTFM and you’ll be able to do it. I think there is a better way and that is explanation and showing and doing. Learning …baby steps! As they say! It’s obvious the user knows something and probably has learned it this way and not from reading the Arch wiki!
No offence…just my opinion.
It takes time and the thing is to not give up. Linux (Arch) is like a universe and once you reach one destination there are many more. There are a lot of people with way more experience than myself and a lot have a grasp of the Linux command line that i don’t so i get it. I just try to learn something new everyday and i do! Some days.