> Presumably, it's a simple step towards setting "mount" setuid root so
> normal users can mount those devices, or even better when supermount
Setting mount setuid root is probably the Wrong Thing To Do (TM). You
should add entries to /etc/fstab with the user,noauto options set (there are
lots of other handy options too).
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