mf-linux wrote:I've also googled. To add an user to fuse group, simply open a terminal and write:
adduser <username> fuse
I'm not sure, but probably you must add "sudo" to get the command done, so if you obtain an error try:
sudo adduser <username> fuse
Please let me know if it works (I uninstalled LMDE and went back to Mint 9, but I would like to try again LMDE if bugs are corrected).
Thank you very much.
Confirmed - It did work!
In the end I did it a bit differently though... I had a feeling I've seen this thing with groups before so I went into the Mint Menu -> Adminstration -> Users and Groups -> Manage Groups. In there I scrolled down to fuse, clicked properties and ticked my name. After a reboot (maybe it would've been enough to log out/in again) I opened Acetone Iso and mounted the iso without problems.
What I don't understand is why I didn't have to do this in my desktop computer, but I suppose I've made something previously that got me added to fuse without thinking about it.
Let's hope OP sees this so he can try it and (with a bit of luck) mark this as solved.
Anyway - thanks (again) for your tip about mounting and adding to groups in the terminal. I'll save those to for the future.
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