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

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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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How do I get systemd to start my ZFS mount script before doing anything else?

Right now I'm using zfsonlinux on Fedora 19, and it works excellently. Mounting works at bootup as planned using the initscript (included with zfs) that systemd calls, but there's a pretty significant ...
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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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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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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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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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UDev automounting drives as 'usbhd' regardless of type and name on Ubuntu 12.10

I have 3 drives which I use for storage on my system. Here are their mounting points in /etc/fstab # <file system> <mount point> <type> <options> <dump> ...
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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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No access to symlink folder on NTFS partition

I am using an NTFS parition for storing data I like to access both from Ubuntu and Windows 7. On my Ubuntu HOME partition, I like to link the folder Assets in order to access it from an application ...
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Automounting not working correctly for CIFS shares; weird results

I followed the guide on this page to get samba shares working via autofs: http://www.howtoforge.com/accessing_windows_or_samba_shares_using_autofs Servers and Configuration My Samba server (remote) ...
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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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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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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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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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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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Issues accessing CIFS share directories

Disclaimer 1: Crossposted from Serverfault because there was no activity over there. Disclaimer 2: This question is similar to Automounting not working correctly for CIFS shares; weird results but ...
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Automount of NTFS USB partitions on Gnome fails if device name is sdb (FAT32 is OK)

When I plug a USB storage device (i.e. USB key) on my computer with Gnome, the filesystems available on the device are automatically mounted (in /media/<partition-label>), and a file explorer ...
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Seagate external hard disk creating problems

I've bought a new hard disk, a Seagate (Backup Plus), but I'm having problems with it. Firstly, it doesn't mounts every time I plug it in. In such cases, I've got to restart the machine to work with ...
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Is autofs the only open-source choice for mounting nfs and/or cifs

I've been using autofs for a number of years and was wondering if there is an alternative to autofs that would handle cifs/smb shares in a more interactive way? When I say more interactive I'm mostly ...
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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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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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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 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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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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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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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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unionfs filesystem

I recently learned about unionfs and aufs and would like to put it to some real use. The scenario I have in mind is the following. Boot a machine with ubuntu on it which will serve as our base. Make ...
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How to Disable AutoMount of External Drives

Is it possible to Disable auto mount of External Harddrives or USB's in RHEL. For security reasons I have to disable this feature. And when I need it I will enable it back.
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Howto configure autofs to work with usbsticks formatted with differend filesystems

I have some USB-sticks using fat32 as filesystem and others using ext4. Now I want to configure autofs to mount the sticks automatically. To make sure that the user can write to fat32 sticks I use ...
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How can I determine how directories/filesystems have been mounted?

I have access to a VM which on a different network at work using NIS. (Debian by the way) This VM has about 10 extra /directories in / when I log in. They do not exist on that VM alone, they are ...
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/etc/fstab is mounting rw filesystem as read-only

A partition of my internal hard drive (not the root partition) I want to mount automatically on boot. I've been using /etc/fstab to mount my external backup drive automatically read-only, so this is ...
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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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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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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 ...