> That's not under policykit's
remit, really. policykit can deal with
> policies regarding mounting drives, but not what you get to see on
> drive. That would appear to be exactly what good old file/folder
> permissions and/or ACLs are for? Why can't you do that?
Understood about file/folder permission but the mounting drive is a concern.
For a better clarification , say there are multiple users (3) in this
scenario: user1, user2, and user3.
user1 has bar1, user2 has bar2 and user3
has none. I set rules for policykit to mount for all but user3 under
/media/foo. I created a symlink for all but user3
from /media/foo/barX on desktop (Gnome environment for example).
/media/foo icon is displayed on desktop; is it possible to hide it?
User1 logs in and switched to another session for user2. Then user2
switch to another session for user3 who
cannot access to /media/foo as expected.
Will /media/foo be mounted for both user1 and user2 and bar1 folder not
accessible for user1?
I just want to get familiar with this new policy having used to