Within my workflow i generally use an internal HDD for storage, as well as an external card reader via usb, however whenever i attempt to open a drive after startup i am prompted to authorise access and and enter a password, which is a large inconvenience when anyone could simply open these partitions using my other linux os (mint) without such restrictions.
Is there any way i can remove the need for this security?
Tried the usermod method, no luck on both disk and storage. looking at that solution regarding /etc/fstab, is there a way i can generate the precise format /. order the items are listed? using fstab revealed what i can see is the necessary contents but not in the right format.
read through it, still unclear how i can put it in the same format as fstab, since the file seems to use spaces rather than tabs to separate columns
ran the code to find the UUID/label successfully, but nowhere on the link did i spot anything about regenerating the exact format that the other entries are in.
all i need is plasma (ofc), mint/win7 partitions, and the 1TB hard drive