Problems mounting drives after upgrade

I just upgraded from 11.2 to 11.3, everything seems to be working fine except that my other hard disk partitions are un mountable as my normal user. I used to be able to click on the drive in Dolphin and it would ask for the root password to mount it, but now it gives the error that the action is denied by auth_admin_keep_always ← (action, result)

What do I do to fixed this? I have checked as many settings as I can and can’t find it. I would like to avoid editing the Policykit.conf file manually if possible (if that even is the right file).

It’s a bug
You need to add the HD partitions to fstab

If you don’t know how, post result of

fdisk -l


cat /etc/fstab

tell us which partitions you want to mount and if you want them to a specific dir Eg; /music

This only is an issue in kde
Gnome works fine

But won’t putting them in fstab mean they are mounted at boot?

You could mount them manually, but that’s a Pain in the

Until they sort out this issue in KDE, fstab is how I go about it.

(edit): Sorry, it’s not KDE so much as SUSE’s KDE. Other distros I have tried are OK

Man that sucks. Why is it so different in this version than the last one?

I don’t have an answer to that.
Only the work around.