Mount removable devices as normal user
pmount is a wrapper around the standard mount program which permits normal users to mount removable devices without a matching /etc/fstab entry. This provides a robust basis for automounting frameworks like GNOME's Utopia project and confines the amount of code that runs as root to a minimum.
This package also contains a wrapper pmount-hal which reads some information like device labels and mount options from hal and passes them to pmount. Install the package hal if you want to use this feature.
If a LUKS capable cryptsetup package is installed, pmount is able to transparently mount encrypted volumes.
Devices have to be enabled in /etc/pmount.allow adding the following lines: