mount command, allows mounting of a file system at a specified point in the file hierarchy.

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How do I figure out what is preventing a bind mount from unmounting?

I have a problem with a mountpoint being too busy to unmount. Normally, lsof or fuser would tell me what process is using it, but this is a bind mount, so lsof and fuser show what is using both the ...
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Automate a mount without linux password to mount a remote cifs filesystem

I have a directory in my Debian home: /home/myuser/pchome/ which i want to use as a mount point for a remote cifs filesystem. So i have a bash script, which is run on every myuser login. This script ...
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Exfat - Manjaro Linux - will not mount - [on hold]

I know this might be a big pain but heres the description of the problem i am having... Manjaro linux .0.8.10 linux kernel 3.17.0-1 64Gb microsd formatted to exfat by LG-G3 Android Using a 2.5" ...
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Loopback (bind) mount automatically mounting additional ext4 USB drive

I have a USB (ext4) drive connected and it's registered in /etc/fstab. It mounts at /media/Backup fine. I want to mount a specific directory on that drive using a bind / loopback mount (this is ...
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Is there a reason I can't mount with a prefixpath in this scenario?

I'm not sure why this scenario is so weird, but I have a particular combination where this command won't work: mount -o username=guest //192.168.1.70/Volume_1/Movies/Library /storage/movies I get ...
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Mount .img file

I'm trying to mount an img file but I can't seem to do it successfully. When I fun the file command on that .img it returns the following: $ file file.img file.img: data When I try to use mount ...
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systemd keeps unmounting a removable drive

I have following line in /etc/fstab: UUID=E0FD-F7F5 /mnt/zeno vfat noauto,utf8,user,rw,uid=1000,gid=1000,fmask=0113,dmask=0002 0 0 The partition is freshly created by gnome-disks under the ...
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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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systemd mount only mounts on boot, fails to remount afterwards

I have created a mount, mnt-stoneshare.mount, placed in /etc/systemd/system: [Unit] Description=StoneOS Storage Mount [Mount] What=/dev/disk/by-uuid/62721034-29ee-4894-a19e-905bcbb20c7c ...
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how should I mount my ext4 partition in fstab

so that it appears in Thunar's sidebar under the name 'Schijf-2'? I am running linux mint13 xfce and this has been a headache causer for the last couple of days. the UUID of this partition is: this ...
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Unmount nested mounts not working after unmounted root of nest

I have a XEN Server, which I can't reboot. My boss has filesystems mounted as such strange way: /mnt/hda1/hda2 Then he unmounted them as such umount /mnt/hda1/ Now he can't unmount hda2 anymore. ...
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Optimal mount options for Windows Server 2012 R2

1. Linux Side What mount.cifs options should I use to mount a Windows Server 2012 R2 Share in Linux (via fstab)? E.g., what about the optimal values for vers, sec, iocharset, etc? Should I use ...
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SMBFS Mount suddenly stopped working. CIFS error

When I came in to work today, a mounted drive on our server suddenly had stopped working. In my /etc/fstab I have the following line: //172.22.64.50/Web/ /mnt/netapp smbfs ...
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LVM volume corrupted, can't be mounted after reboot

I created a LVM volume using this guide I have 2x2TB HDDs for a total of 4TB (or 3.64TB usable). I created the volume and rebooted. Everything was working fine. Then I copied 1.6TB of data on the ...
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How to debug NT_STATUS_INVALID_PARAMETER when mounting cifs share?

Mounting cifs share exported by one host (hostx) works ok: [piotr@demon ~]$ sudo mount -t cifs //hostx.intranet.local/pdobrogost /home/piotr/remote/hostx/ --verbose -o ...
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Mounting and unmounting USB storage from the command line

I have a backup script which mounts and unmounts a USB harddrive. In Ubuntu I used the command udisksctl but it is not included in the Debian 7.7 repository. Is there a similar command in Debian to ...
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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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an error occurred while mounting /mnt/ata-HL-DT-SI_DVDRAM_GH24NS72K2AC8GK5355

my DVD writer is not working so that i mount the CD/DVD Drive in mount directory and now iam getting this type of error when my Ubuntu starts an error occurred while mounting /mnt/ata-HL-DT- ...
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running script with -o argument pointing to mount point of sd-card

I was trying to install Angstrom Linux on Colibri T_30 board---but I am stuck at one point where it specifies that run update.sh script with optional -o argument pointing to mount point of ...
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How do I properly bind directories inside chroot jails using fstab?

I'm running nginx, PHP-FPM and MySQL on Debian Wheezy. I've set up chroot jails (with debootstrap) for each individual virtual host in /srv/. Everything is working like one would expect, but after ...
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Unmounted my home dir, how do I remount it? [closed]

I'm very new to linux and am running lubuntu on an old P4 (comp1) and raspian on a raspberry pi (comp2). I was messing around today and mounted the home directory of the comp1 on a directory on comp2. ...
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Free-ing up unused space on a partition that is unaccessible after a mount

Originally I had a 50GB disk where the root / was mounted to a 6 GB partition on it. The partition was running out of room so I created a second partition with the rest of the free space (44 GB). ...
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Unable to mount F2FS partitions

I installed the f2fs-tools package in my Fedora system. I created a f2fs partition using mkfs.f2fs on my sdcard, but now I'm unable to use it. The system is unable to mount automatically nor manually ...
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Unable to mount a UFS filesystem from Sparc Solaris to x86_64 Linux

I have a requirement to copy a very large amount of data from a Solaris 9 (Sparc) system to a SLES11 (x84_64) system. The Solaris system is quite old, and transferring the data over the network will ...
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How to verify which line in /etc/mtab is not in use

How to verify which line in /etc/mtab ia not in use I will explain Some times on my linux servers some command are hung As df –k So I Suspected on /etc/mtab file , and maybe some line is stuck the ...
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Properly mount a windows share to move files on the mountpoint

This question resulted from a question of mine on stackexchange. I mount a windows share with mount -t cifs -o ...
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mounting partition images made with dd

is there a way to mount and access a single partition on any mountpoint in my filesystem or must I use disk images and mount with offset? I made a partiton image with dd bs=4M if=/dev/sdb1 ...
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Unable to create a multiboot usb stick with MultiSystem

Installed multisystem on Ubuntu 14.04 for multiboot usb. When I start MultiSystem GUI, is shows me the usb device being mounted on /media/usb0, But when I select and hit confirm, I get the error msg ...
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View/manipulate mount namespaces in Linux

Is there any way to view or manipulate the mount namespace for an arbitrary process? For example, a docker container is running which has a local mount to an NFS server. It can be seen from inside ...
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ntfs-3g: Input/output error

For the past 3 days (after an update) my Debian Jessie refuses to mount NTFS disks. I reinstalled libfuse2 and ntfs-3g, yet I get the same Input/output error I tried the same disks under Windows 7 ...
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RHEL 7: mount windows cifs share failed

It may look like it is duplicate question but in context of RHEL 7, it is not. As RHEL 7 does not have mount.cifs binary present in /sbin, I want to know what else can be done to mount windows cifs ...
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Arch/OSX - fstab options for shared /home (HFS+) on SSD

I've got an Arch and OS X install sharing an HFS+ (non-journaled) /home partition. My Arch side seems to have issues with the partition. In particular, deleting multiple files causes the drive to ...
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Data loss when loop-mounting a file on removable USB storage

If I plug in a USB and modify files and unplug it I don't lose data. However if I use mount on a file on the USB I WILL lose data. Whats with that? Is there anything I can do to prevent loss of data? ...
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Cannot mount external USB drive

I'm on Debian Jessie and I have an external USB drive with NTFS. I plugged it into my Raspberry Pi, which then spontaneously restarted (probably the power consumption was too high for the adapter I'm ...
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Mount an ISO virtually using /dev/sr0 device

I'm doing a study about how CD-ROM can be mounted virtually and all I could find out was mounting using loop devices. mount -o loop disk1.iso /mount-point This is fairly easy. I understand that ...
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Run fsck automatically when calling mount from command line

I have a backup script that mounts and unmounts a USB drive. I just noticed that its warning me: EXT3-fs warning: maximal mount count reached, running e2fsck is recommended My question: How can I ...
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Allowing normal user to mount and eject devices

In the file manager PCManFM I can access discs in my USB DVD drive but I cannot eject them or access other USB storage devices - I get the error message "Not Authorized". Any clues? I use Debian ...
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Why do different partitions on the same disk not have the same mount point?

% cat /etc/fstab /dev/sda1 / ext2 defaults 1 1 /dev/sda2 /usr/local ext2 defaults 1 1 /dev/sda4 /home ext2 ...
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mount.cifs error(2): No such file or directory when using a prefixpath

I tried this command: mount -t cifs //server/share/directory /mnt/directory -o credentials=/path/to/cifs.credentials --verbose Response is: mount.cifs kernel mount options: ip=<IP of ...
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Installing Matlab from an ISO image

I was trying to install Matlab, and used the following commands: # mkdir -p /mnt/disk # mount -o loop R2014a_UNIX.iso /mnt/disk # cd /mnt/disk # ls -l # ./install However, I don't want it in a ...
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Yet another problem mounting SD cards! [closed]

I've got an SD card that's not mounting properly. /dev/mmcblk0 exists, but /dev/mmcblk0p1 doesn't when I insert the card. The output of fdisk -l /dev/mmcblk0 is: 4 heads, 16 sectors/track, 242560 ...
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Force-Mount windows hibernated partition in Read/Write mode

I have a dual boot system with a NTFS partition (C:) dedicated to the windows 8 OS files, an EXT4 partition dedicated to Linux Mint 17 and another NTFS partition (E:) which I would like to use for ...
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Is is possible to recover from the unexpected removal of the root device?

As it says on the tin, is it possible to recover from the entire removal and reinsertion of the root device (I.E. remounting it after reinsertion)? The reason I'm asking is I'm attempting to teach a ...
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Unable to Configure Quotas in RHEL6 & CentOS6- quotecheck returns error message

Unable to Configure Quotas in RHEL6 & CentOS6- quotecheck returns error message I've created new partition(/dev/sda6) and mounted it(on /hulk). Edited /etc/fstab file to give quotas on the ...
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How to install ISO file? [closed]

I've MATLAB R2014a UNIX ISO file , but i'm using windows 8.1 , how can i install this version of MATLAB into windows instead of UNIX ?
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Why are NTFS partitions displayed but NTFS-3G partitions are not?

I'm running Debian Wheezy and have three internal ntfs Windows partitions (main, boot, and recovery). They are mounted via entries in fstab. The filesystem specified for the boot and recovery ...
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Check if still mounted correctly

For my daemon, I mounted (several) remote read-only WebDAV folders¹ as "sources" to periodically pull files from. Let $SOURCE be one of them for this question's sake. Before blindly using $SOURCE, I ...
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Filesystem for boot partition

I created a BIOS boot partition on a hard drive, using gdisk : $ sudo gdisk /dev/sdb Command (? for help): p Disk /dev/sdb: 7821312 sectors, 3.7 GiB Logical sector size: 512 bytes Disk identifier ...
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mount command permissions: ntfs vs. ntfs-3g

I see numerous how-to examples for mounting an ntfs partition with either a mount command or an entry in fstab. In all cases, specifying ntfs as the filesystem is associated with also specifying ...
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Can Linux be configured to wait for USB storage to be reattached instead of returning I/O error

If a usb_storage device is physically detached from an Ubuntu machine while it is still mounted, any attempt to access the file system will produce an I/O error. Is there some way to configure Linux ...