Automounting is the process where mounting and unmounting of certain filesystems is done automatically by a daemon.

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Preventing automount in CentOS 7

How can I tell CentOS 7 not to mount a new IDE drive (new to the system, but with data I want to examine) the first time I plug it in, so that I can do forensic analysis on it knowing I won't have ...
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files & directories are not share on remote server with 777 permission using sshfs

I am successfully mount the remote directories on my local directories, I have to created folder and files with 777 permission so others can able to access this files so that's why I used umask=000 ...
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UDEV-Rule to mount USB-Stick / execute script

I have a problem with an udev-rule. i simply want to mount a usb stick when it is plugged in. the rule correctly executes a script which mkdir the mount point and then calls mount. everything seems to ...
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usbmount mounted lots of USBs when I only have 2

So I installed usbmount on my raspberry pi and it mounted: usb0, usb1, usb2, usb3, ... usb7, but I only have 2 pen drives connected. The other 2 USB ports are being used to a wireless receptor and a ...
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access to USB drive broken after changing uid

Since changing my uid I no longer have the permissions to see a USB hardrive/stick that is automatically mounted at /media/USERNAME. Nautilus gives the message Unable to open a folder for ...
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Automounts: All mounting and will not umount on its own [closed]

I have a few SLES 11.2 servers. They do something really strange with automount. We have nearly 500 possible automounts our users and their codes may need, including automount entries for each ...
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Does fstab actively run to detect new filesystems and mount them?

I'm creating an encrypted filesystem with LUKS. Inside of it is a single BTRFS filesystem. If I add the UUID (and subvolume) of the filesystem to /etc/fstab, will the filesystem automatically be ...
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ps shows my mkdir command with a space where I had a slash

I have a script that I ran which seemed to hang during a mkdir command. The command is of the form: mkdir -p /a/b/c/d However, in the ps results, I see: mkdir -p /a/b c/d What could cause this ...
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Automounting NTFS Hard drive in Centos 7

I am using Centos 7. I have a question. I have a NTFS formatted drive which i want to automount when i login. Right now i need to always click on hdd name on my computer windows and entering root ...
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How can I get a vfat pendrive to automount as posixovl filesystem?

I'm using Kubuntu. I'd like to use my pendrive primarily for storing various data for my Linux (and not losing metadata like permissions and ownerships), but I don't want to exclude access to it from ...
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How to edit /etc/fstab properly for network drive?

I'm trying to automatically mount a network drive at startup by editing /etc/fstab but doesn't work. If I execute this líne, sudo mount.cifs //192.168.0.67/test /home/pi/test -o ...
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How do I prevent SD card from dismounting when suspended?

I have Android Studio installed in my SD card. When it's running and the system is suspended, java starts throwing a bunch of I/O error. Is there a simple way of disabling this so that the SD card ...
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encfs automount and authorized_keys

Here's my problem: I have encfs configured in such a way that on login the subfolder ./private is mounted. However, when I use the workstation remotely via ssh, I don't give my password on login, ...
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Linux sloppy mount

Could anyone describe to me what sloppy mount is? There's two mount points on my server but I have no idea how to erase the sloppy one. I hope some one could explain to me the potential faults or ...
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automount ext4 external hdd partition for owned by specific user

I'm trying to figure how to mount an ext4 formatted external HD with permissions for a specific user using autofs, but I'm only able to mount it as owned by root. I have read that ext4 mount points ...
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Unmount NFS shared drive without stopping nfs-kernel-server

I have a setup in which I have a Raspberry Pi B+ with Raspbian as file server, sharing a 5 disk usb rack. I don't whant the rack to be on all the time, so I turn it on when I'm going to use it and ...
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How can I mount a drive under my home directory at boot?

In my current setup, I have a RAID0 array of 2x3TB HDDs with btrfs, two partitions: / /home Under the /home directory, there are two users, both admin, one of which is myself. So far, this setup ...
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How to disable automount for external devices in openSUSE 13.2?

Previously I used openSUSE 11.4 and I had an old manual mount. Despite, I copied all config files (I think) I noticed that unknown to /etc/fstab devices are automounted (know I defined as noauto). But ...
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How does _netdev mount option in /etc/fstab work?

I'd like to know what is the exact mechanism (implementation) used to defer mounting until after network interface is up when one uses _netdev option in /etc/fstab? Does systemd alter this behavior? ...
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What is the difference between mounting in fstab and by mounting in file manager

..and what are the consequences of the different methods? I have been trying some things with the mounting of an sda2 partition. Mounting in fstab, not mounting in fstab but from the file manager. ...
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How can I auto-mount my MicroSD?

I'm rather new to Linux, I'll be up front about that, but I've sort of run face first into a wall on this one. I've just set up Samba on the server so that I can access my MicroSD card over the ...
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Mounting alternate devices (with different mount options) at the same mount point

I have a server (running Ubuntu 14.04) that has a hot-swap drive bay. I typically use the hot-swap bay to mount one of a bunch of loose hard disks that I shuttle large scientific datasets around on. ...
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Automount Samba directory as /home/$user

I'm working with a group, trying to set up persistent data on several thin clients for our Linux lab. For security and maintenance reasons, we want to be able to flash a clean snapshot of Arch Linux ...
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Unable to unmount a partition - respawned by udev

I have set up the udev rules to automatically mount/unmount the removable devices with udev rules based on this answer (have not enough reputation to comment there). The setup works fine, but when I ...
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How to properly automount partitions? fstab

I have a problem automounting my NTFS partition I use for storing Data (/dev/sdb2). I've tried adding an entry to /etc/fstab but it doesn't work. /etc/fstab # <file system> <mount point> ...
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How to Mount Western Digital external hard drive

I am using Debian. I cannot mount Western Digital My Passport Ultra on my system. I have tried sudo mount /dev/sdbx /media/hdd. It worked fine for me. But the problem is that I have to repeat this ...
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Automount EncFS unit

How can I automount an EncFS unit at login/start my session? I use Fedora 20 and KDE. Please don't mention apps like Cryptkeeper and so. I would rather console solutions.
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CD disk not detected by Fedora on my Laptop

I rarely use cd's on my laptop, but I recall having the same problem a few months ago. When I put a cd in my DVD drive nothing happens. It kicked in last time without me doing anything but I don't ...
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Autofs timeout when accessing read-only file system

I've configured a auto-mount system (using autofs) with a timeout to mount a read-only (squashfs) file system. The mount gets unmounted after the timeout even though there is read only activity on ...
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HDD unique identifier

I would like to automount some hdd on logon, how can I check if connected HDD (via USB) is exactly that HDD which I am thinking of, and that there were no partition changes on it. Above information ...
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Auto mounting other partitions in Arch Linux

Im using Arch Linux. Is there a way to automount other NTFS or Ext partitions automatically without writing about them in /etc/fstab?
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How to set a callback to NFS to allow scripting?

The context I have two servers: a NAS and a client server. They are both small machines (Raspberry, OLinuXino) and are plugged to the same power strip (which has a power button). The client server ...
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How to automatically mount an USB device on plugin-time on an already running system?

I know how to use /etc/fstab to automatically mount devices on boot or when doing sudo mount -a, which works perfectly fine. For example, here is my current line for my device UUID=B864-497A ...
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How can I semi-automatically mount a TrueCrypt volume using built in system tools?

I recently purchased a new external hard drive and encrypted it with TrueCrypt as I want it accessible from both Windows and Linux. However, when I try to access the mount point for it in Linux it ...
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Lazy mount of remote filesystem (with sshfs)

I have a remote computer, and I mount its filesystem with sshfs to my local folder ~/user@host, like that: sshfs user@host: ~/user@host Works nice, but I want to implement "lazy" mount: i.e. I ...
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Mount from auto to manual and changing dir gives errors

I just installed Ubuntu 14.04 and am trying to mount my internal HD to a different location in the /home/username dir (auto-mount mounts it to /mnt/{uuid} ) But I ran into a problem. In Disks, when ...
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Where is my tablet's memory card mounted on laptop?

I connected my Asus fonepad7 tablet to my laptop via usb. My laptop automatically detects it & opens. But I'm unable to find where the memory card of my tablet mounted on laptop. Just see below, ...
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Mount image user-readable with udisks2

Loop devices, i.e. for mounting raw disk images, can be managed without root privileges using udisks. For testing purposes, an image can be created and formatted like so: dd if=/dev/urandom ...
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Mount Realtek RTS5129 Card Reader Controller in CentOS 6.5

I have an in-built card reader that works fine under windows, but in Linux, I cannot mount the drive whatever I do. lspci doesn't show the device lsusb shows Bus 001 Device 004: ID 0bda:0129 ...
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Mounting usb automatically & having usb's label as mountpoint

How can I mount my usb automatically when I plug it in? Also would like the mountpoint to be the usb's label each time it is mounted automatically. Edit: I am using Raspian (on Raspberry Pi) which is ...
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How can I create a udev rule to mount a USB drive read only?

I'm trying to set a particular USB drive to always mount read only. If I plug it in, it is seen as sdb with a single partition, sdb1. Here are some relevant udevadm lines (not the entire output of ...
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Removable USB stick listed as non-removable in /sys/block?

In my question Bash script to output path to USB flash memory stick I got stuck on a problem nobody else seems to be having. (The issue also impedes my desire to use this answer: ...
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Unable to mount volume, an operation is already pending (with multiple users)

I'm running Linux Mint 14 - pretty much whatever the default install settings are. When I have multiple users logged in and I plug in a flash drive, or digital camera, or any other USB storage, rather ...
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How do I auto-mount internal HDD partitions to dynamic mount points?

I would like to auto-mount some partitions the way USB drives and external HDDs are currently mounted on my system. I understand that to auto-mount internal HDDs at startup, I need to place it in the ...
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automount usb drive [duplicate]

I have a RaspberryPi with Raspbian (no GUI, only terminal). I want to use it as a music player (I will install a music daemon with web interface). Currently, when want to mount an external usb drive, ...
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DVD not mounted automatically in Linux Mint Debian Edition

I just installed LMDE on a brand new laptop. When I inserted a movie-dvd for the first time, it was loaded not causing any trouble. But since then, there seems to be no automatic mounting of dvds ...
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How to auto-mount all USB-devices at same USB socket to same mountpoint

I have a small computer with 2 USB sockets : A and B. I want any external USB disk, attached to socket A - to be mounted as "deviceA" I want any external USB disk, attached to socket B - to be ...
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Configure external HDD for use with multiple linux PCs

I've got an external drive, and I'd like to have a linux partition on it. I formatted everything correctly on one machine with Fedora20 (I have one ntfs and one ext4 partition), but when I plug it in ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 LTS doesn't auto-mount DVD drive

For some reason, my Ubuntu has ceased to auto-mount DVD media. I can do manually sudo mount /dev/dvdrw /mnt/dvdrw and mounting happens fine and I can access the media. But it doesn't do it ...
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Auto-Mounting CIFS Shares on Laptop

I've seen questions similar to this asked before in several variations, but I have yet to locate a satisfactory answer. Here's what I have: A highly mobile Debian laptop that switches networks ...