jobse wrote:
> Dear List,
> When trying to mount the cdrom I get Operation not permitted.
> sysctl: vfs.usermount=0(what does that mean and how can I *permanently*
> change it to 1)

It means, that users are not allowed to mount file systems.

To change it, run (as root)
# sysctl vfs.usermount=1

To make this permanent, add vfs.usermount=1 to /etc/sysctl.conf.

Now, regular users are allowed to mount file systems on directories they

> I'd rather not set the sticky bit on mount/umount if I mustn't.



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