Attaches a file system to a specified point in an existing filesystem hierarchy

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Unrecognized mount option “uid=33” or missing value

I'm trying to mount a partition with -o option, however I get this error root@blackbox:~# mount /dev/sda1 /media/ownclouddrive -o uid=33,gid=33 mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /...
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How to make sure that certain devices always use the same device file?

When mounting a hard drive via UUID and another via device file, how can I make sure, that the first one is always /dev/sdaX and the second /dev/sdbX and not the other way round? Some explanation of ...
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mount error: could not resolve address for diskstation: Unknown error

I've been quite happily using the following command to mount my NAS box: sudo mount.cifs //diskstation/data ~/mounts/data -o user=dave but I've just started getting a mount error. If I run the ...
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mount external drive on Open solaris

When I try to mount a Lacie Minimus hdd on Open Solaris, I get the error "mount point not determined". I have tried several variations for mounting and all fail. Any suggestions?
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Network mount /var with systemd

I'm trying to get my system to mount /var with a custom script that downloads the decryption key from a network server. I had a solution that worked in RHEL 6 with SysVinit. I'm trying to port that to ...
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Connect Ubuntu to owncloud with webdav

I am trying to mount my ownCloud drive on my ubuntu instance hosted on AWS. As part of the tutorial I directs me to adjust my fstab entry. I want this to "auto mount" so my entry in fstab looks like ...
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How to Get Equivalent parameter to `mkdir -p` for `mount`?

Condition: mount if not mounted; do not give error if mount already done Command sudo mount /dev/"$PARTITION" /media/"$USER"/"$LABEL" I do not want to receive notifications mount: /dev/sdb is ...
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How to mount external ZFS file system without clobbering/altering current or external filesystem

I am using FreeBSD 10.2 using ZFS on root as the file system (zroot01). I have an external hard disk with a ZFS file system from another FreeBSD 10.2 system (zroot02) that I want to temporarily mount,...
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View mac shared folder from linux (mint/ubuntu)

When i open shared folder hosted on mac (local network). All folder name's display like this: –ü–∞–ø–∫–∞ ¬´–û–±—â–∏–µ¬ª Mac has internal encoding (MAC) Linux has UTF-8 ╰─$ locale LANG=en_US....
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Mount point for system-wide USB disk

I have a USB disk connected to a server computer which is mounted when the computer starts. I'm thinking that it's not ideal to mount it under the /media directory since it could potentially lead to a ...
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How can I mount encrypted folder via SSH in Synology NAS?

Now I mount an encrypted folder: open browser and login to NAS gui click Control panel -> Shared Folder > Encryption > Mount enter key after folder is mounted: rsync -ah --progress --delete /path/*...
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How to remount a Systemd mount unit with different options?

I wish to express the following sequence of commands in terms of Systemd mount units and systemctl invocations: # mount /some/path /some/mountpoint -o ro # mount /some/mountpoint -o remount,rw # ...
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Recover overwritten CCTV footage from hard drive

I am trying to recover deleted footage from a DVR. I pulled the hdd(Toshiba DT01ABA100v) from the DVR to look at the data in the drive and run carving tools(foremost and scalpel). My problem is that I ...
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Need help/advice on how to set specific chown and chmod permissions against a SMB/CIFS mount

I currently have a SMB/CIFS network share which I have mounted under /var/inbound to receive files via SFTP. Here is what I have in my /etc/fstab: //somename.file.core.windows.net/inbound /var/...
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How is findmnt able to list bind mounts?

Note for moderators: Do not close this as a duplicate. I am NOT looking for information on how to list bind mounts. I am asking how the kernel maintains this information and how findmnt is able to ...
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restart a service after device has been mounted

Is it possible to restart a systemd-service A from another unit B? the service A (to be restarted) is supposed to run, regardless of the status of B, but once B becomes active (or inactive) it needs ...
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RAID-1 / LVM server won't boot after power outage

Strange issue. After an extended power outage (transformer exploded!) which outlasted the UPS, a server running Slackware 13 crashed. This machine has been quietly serving accounting software and ...
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ecryptfs-setup-private failing on Centos 6

$ ecryptfs-setup-private --force Enter your login passphrase: Enter your mount passphrase [leave blank to generate one]: ************************************************************************ YOU ...
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CIFS mount through fstab not mounting at boot

Trying to auto mount two shares from my QNAP NAS onto my raspberry pi. QNAP NAS Shares: \\192.168.1.7\Disk3 \\192.168.1.7\Disk8 At the Raspberry Pi, created two folders: /mnt/shares/NASDisk3 /mnt/...
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How can I create an union merging / and another directory, on / itself?

Say, we initially have / with the following contents: /bin/foo /usr/bin/bar /usr/lib/libfoo.so We also have another directory, say /stuff, with the contents: usr/lib/mystuff/mystuff.so etc/foo/qux/...
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LXC: shared folder in guest machine doesn't work as expect

Host machine has the following dirs: /srv/releases/A/db/DB1/ /srv/releases/A/db/DB2/ /srv/releases/A/files/ /srv/releases/B/db/DB1/ /srv/releases/B/db/DB2/ /srv/releases/B/files/ /srv/current - ...
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How to move /var/log to another drive?

I have a fully configured openSUSE on my SSD and it just occurred to me that it would be better to tell my system to write logs not on SSD, but to another drive to reduce the quantity of write ...
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Migrate UFS drive from FreeNAS to DragonFly BSD

I'm trying to migrate my home server from FreeNAS 8.3 to DragonFly BSD. In order to shuffle my files about I picked up a Seagate 8Tb Archive disk, attached it via eSATA, formatted it as UFS under ...
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rpc.statd is not running but is required for remote locking (statd unrecognized service)

I'm attempting to mount a nfs share (fstab entry below) example.com:/sharefolder /mnt/localmount nfs defaults The following error is returned: mount.nfs: rpc.statd is not ...
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Many troubles trying to mount QNAP NFS server on Ubuntu mount point

I have a QNAP TS-251 NAS with a pair of 4 GB drives set up as RAID 1, running as a server, mainly for backups. It has the default operating system, QTS 4.2.0 (2016/01/19), which I think is current. It'...
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Understanding file systems and mount points as seen from df and Nautilus

Forgive me I am a novice of Linux. I am trying to understand Linux file system. Let's say we run df command to show something about file system in my CentOS. I can see a LVM /dev/mapper/...
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How does Dolphin discover the disks to mount?

After I ran Dolphin, I noticed that two new mounts, like dev/sda1 for windows NTFS and dev/sdd1 have appeared in my system. Where are they defined? It is not surprise that I could not find them in /...
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Mounting D810 camera on USB port

Just tried to connect my new Nikon D810 (acts as USB mass storage) to an USB port, it failed. The same thing after putting the SD card in a card reader. I tried all kinds of suggestions to get the ...
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Mount point for specific USB port

I have a USB hub connected to my laptop, always through the same port - my question is how can I make my linux installation always mount whatever is plugged into one of the specific ports on this hub ...
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how to add a loop device on fedora 23 with losetup?

in an attempt to access a truecrypt container, I stumbled about the prerequisite of setting up a loop device... ncoghlan suggested in an earlier answer When you run it as root, losetup -f will ...
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Ask for password while mounting cifs share

I am looking for a way to make the mount command prompt for the password so my password doesn't show up in any system history, I thought I would have it run read -s -p command inside of the mount ...
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Users in sshfs filesystem, or alternatives

I'm trying to use sshfs as a filesystem with encrypted communication. It mostly works, but I'm having some problems related to users/groups. Since I need any user to be able to access the whole ...
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Mount iPhone 6 on Ubuntu 16.10

I cannot mount my iPhone on Ubuntu 16.04. When I was using Ubuntu 15.10 I could mount the iPhone file system and use it like a USB drive, but since upgrading I cannot. The only directory I can see is ...
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run gvfs-mount as user in a script owned by root for networkmanager dispatcher

I'm trying to create a script to auto mount using gvfs-mount for NetworkManager dispatcher. The dispatcher requires the script to be owned by root. Running gvfs-mount smb://path/ works in terminal as ...
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mount --move command fails with error mount point does not exist

trying to rename a mount point in Redhat linux. below command worked in some machine, but in some machine it fails with below msg , in one of the machine it worked after a reboot. but in other ...
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set umask for sshfs-mounted filesystem

I have a remote sshfs filesystem mounted on /mnt/data. Following is the relevant line in /etc/fstab: www-data@192.168.1.10:/var/www/ /mnt/data fuse.sshfs rw,noauto,nodev,nosuid,noexec,_netdev,...
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Can't mount fdescfs to /dev/fd

Hello I can't mount fdesc,here is the output root@nshost2:~ # mount -t fdescfs fdesc /dev/fd mount: fdesc: Operation not supported by device And here is the output of dmesg root@nshost2:~ # dmesg |...
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Mounting a disk image split up into two files

If I had a four gigabyte disk image, and I copied the first, say, two gigs, into a file at one path, and the remaining two gigs into a file at a different path, could I mount it as one disk image on ...
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Mounting USB stick in place of HDD

I'm currently working on a raspian automated box. I've connected an HDD Drive to use as a Samba server and the download and temp folder for the transmission client installed. As the HDD is noisy (and ...
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Linux boots to recovery mode, mounting /home and loging out brings up lightdm

I am having an odd problem when i boot. It brings me to the recovery mode and tells me to press Ctrl-D or enter my root password. When I enter the root password, I mount my /dev/mapper/sdc1_crypt ...
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Problem with fstab

I am trying to automatically mount a drive on a virtual box by editing fstab. I have added this line to it: PycharmProjects /home/jon/PycharmProjects vboxsf defaults 0 0 However, when I reboot, ...
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How can I mount an Apple Time Capsule in FreeBSD (FreeNAS) as a smbfs share?

I am trying to mount a 3rd generation Apple AirPort Time Capsule share on a FreeNas box. I can connect to the share using smbclient and the remoteUser password. % smbclient -U remoteUser -L //...
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Arch Linux installation (dual-booting with UEFI Windows)

I've searched the web, the manuals, the Arch wiki, the Arch BBS and Stackexchange for answers prior to getting the guts to ask a question here. At this stage I'm just very tired, because I've spent my ...
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Unclear on interaction between fstab auto and user options

I am confused about the interaction between the auto and user mount options in fstab. After mistakenly setting auto rather than noauto, I noticed that my mount would take place when a device was ...
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Can't find 8GB data in FreeBSD [closed]

I can't find 8GB data in FreeBSD. I use df -h and see this: /dev/da1s1a 19G 16G 1.4G 92% / devfs 1.0k 1.0k 0B 100% /dev zzdata/jail 341G 22G ...
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Detemine “which device a file is in” in chroot environment?

According to this: Determine what device a directory is located on I can find which device a file is in by df command in a normal environment: fpemud-workstation / # df /bin Filesystem 1K-...
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How do I set up a udev rule to mount the SanDisk Cruzer USB upon insertion in order to eliminate an fstab entry?

Suppose I run sudo mount -a after setting /etc/fstab to: /dev/usbhd1 /path/to/mount/point ntfs rw,auto,nofail 0 1 Yesterday, upon asking what steps our architect and I should do next after a ...
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Why does size increase after I copy?

I'm copying a directory from one mount point to another, yet I see a size increase between the two and I'm wondering why that is. My first mount point is named /home/directory/mount1, and inside it ...
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Why is my udev mounted device not staying put?

I have a computer running CentOS 7. I'm trying to set up a udev rule to automatically mount a USB drive (named 'sdb1') to /mnt/flash whenever it is connected. The udev script was not working (see ...
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Can I safely remove my USB drive when my machine is suspended?

I often suspend my laptop with a USB drive still mounted. What I would like to do is store my laptop away and of course, the USB drive is in the way. So I was thinking of removing the USB drive and ...