I have a spare internal SATA disk partioned into 2 ext4 partitions, one is
for swap space (that works ok) the other is extra data space.
How do i mount this partition (/dev/sdb2) so that any ordinary user can read
or write to it?
Does it make a diference where its mounted?
What I see is that no matter what the permissions or owner of the mount
point is, or who has perms to mount it, when it gets mounted it always
becomes owned by root and is not writeable by an ordinary user.
How do I fix this?
I'm using Opensuse 12.1
google only shows non-working solutions as near as I can tell, I cant find
an answer that deals with non-removable media like my internal extra sata