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

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Mounting efi disk on external USB

Recently I bought new sshd to replace my old one on my notebook, but I have problem. I installed Ubuntu 15.10 on new one and put the old on usb case I have, but the disk on USB doesnt have partition ...
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Some trouble with mounts

I have some trouble with my disk setup here. Basically I recently reformatted my windows disk and wanted to add it's space in. Therefore I divided the disk into 3 partitions and mounted them into my ...
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Why does my nfs mount always changes to be owned by root after mounting?

I have a mount point for my nfs share: drwxrwxrwx 2 patryk patryk 4.0K Feb 4 16:23 nfs_share after I mount it I get $ sudo mount -t nfs 10.9.XXX.XXX:/root/src /home/patryk/nfs_share -o ...
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Redirecting path to remote mount point

I've got an NFS mount pointing at a different server: mount -t nfs X.X.X.X:/asteriskstorage /mnt/asteriskstorage I can access /mnt/asteriskstorage and all seems fine. What I want to do is redirect ...
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Bash script for service to check mount before start

I need to insert on some service scripts a condition on the top to check whether a device is mounted or not. I'm not very familiar with bash script... This is a first try I wrote but it doesn't ...
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Mount iSCSI Partitions Automatically at Boot on FreeBSD 10

I have a FreeBSD 10.2 server that I mount iSCSI drives to. I would like to have those drives mounted automatically in fstab so that they are persistent across reboots. If I execute the command ...
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Access denied for NFS mount

I am having an issue with a mount point on my server. Before yesterday is was working fine but for some reason my instance got stopped in AWS and this caused the server to lose the mount point. When I ...
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How do I mount an external SD card without using sudo?

I wrote a bash-script with the intention to back up a specific (truecrypt-)file onto a SD-card (and a folder shared over the cloud) using the rsync command. The problem was that the SD-card usually ...
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How to avoid receiving warning message from a mount system

I asked similar question in superuser, no satisfying answer. Re-post here with some update. I mount a remote host to my system during debug because the source code is on that host, but after I do the ...
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Problem mounting CIFS VFS via fstab at boot

I'm running Raspbian Jessie on a freshly installed Raspberry Pi Model B+. I used apt-get update and apt-get upgrade some hours ago, the system should be up to date. I'm trying to mount a USB disk ...
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How to mount to subdirectory of autofs

I have follong problem - I'd like to use autfs in one place to mount to subdirectory of autofs. I.e. I'd like to have something like: foo -fs=... bar/baz -fs=... The problem is that (according to ...
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Disk space full not changing after mount folder on other disk

I have a Virtual Machine setup on azure. I see basic disk was getting full so I attached disk to it and mounted /home/user/mydata folder to the new disk. I forgot to add configuration in fstab. My ...
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How can I have a filesystem mounted during user login?

I would like a file based filesystem (~/Archives/inventory.locker) mounted upon user login and unmounted upon logout (~/Documents/Inventory). pam_mount seems to provide the functionality I am after, ...
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Unable to mount new logical volume

I have a newly created logical volume and I want to mount it to /tmp lvcreate -L 2G -n LogVol07 vg_1 then I try to mount -a [root@Sj0 ~]# mount -a mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on ...
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Ubuntu 15.10 does not read my CD drive

I have read/tried just about every post I've seen on here but Ubuntu will not see my CD drive. When I run sudo lshw -C disk I get the following: *-disk:0 description: SCSI Disk physical id: ...
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Cannot unmount cifs share

/etc/fstab //192.168.1.40/shared /home/user/Shared cifs rw,_netdev,user,noauto,credentials=/home/user/.credentials 0 0 //192.168.1.40/backup/user /home/user/Backup ...
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Debian 8 Jessie virtualbox vdi disk-image mount

I need to mount virtualbox dynamic vdi image on Debian 8 system. There is 2 ways to solve this task: To use vdfuse. But it was removed from D8 repo, though it exists for D7 wheezy and I use it on ...
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Mount point doesn't exist, make directory, then “File exists” error

My SD card will occasionally become unmounted. If I try to mount it again, I get $ sudo mount -t ext4 -o exec /dev/mmcblk1 /var/host/media/removable/sd mount: mount point ...
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Unable to mount USB media in sagem fast3304 V2 router (busybox v1.01 inside)

I have a wireless router that runs busybox (V1.0). A media server (Twonky Media Version 3.4) running on this router. I would like to use its USB port to mount an external drive containing mutltimedia ...
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Remounting is not supported at present. You have to umount volume and then mount it once again

I was not able to chmod a file in my /dev/sda3 on my Ubuntu12.04 system. This is what I get when I try to see its information: $ mount | grep 'media' /dev/sda2 on /media/sda2 type fuseblk ...
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Why does my RAID array keep changing names?

I have my Linux system on my SSD, and have 2 1TB HDDs set up as a RAID-0 array (for some reason it's named "Raid 0", I don't like the fact that the person who set it up put a space in the name instead ...
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How to allow users to mount windows shares

Our company uses both Windows and Linux. Each user has access to many Windows Shares, e.g. \\machine1\A, \\machine2\B, etc. In Ubuntu, how to allow non-root users accessing those shares? Is there a ...
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Understanding the automated mounting of USB Thumbdrive and doing it myself

I can break this down into two subcomponents: Why/how does this automated mounting procedure create (and destroy) it's own mounting point? Why do I have to manually create my own mount point when ...
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Mount iSCSI ext2 Linux Partition on FreeBSD 10.2

I decided to switch from CentOS to FreeBSD 10 after I had a really good experience installing it on a Xserve G4 (PowerPC, that's a story for another day if anyone is interested). Anyway, my CentOS ...
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Which is the best way tu run fsck.hfsplus before mounting an external disk (HFS+)?

I'm using a Raspberry with an external hard disk formatted in HFS+ and sometimes, for example after a power failure, the external hd is mounted only in read-only mode. In this case I run manually the ...
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Installing Fedora onto Hard Drive: Error checking storage configuration

I am trying to be able to dual boot my windows laptop. In the setup process, navigating to Installation Destination -> Done with Automatically configure partitioning checked, the error message ...
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Auto mounting external hard drive not working

so I'm trying to mount my external hard drive automatically on my server running Ubuntu 14.04. I've tried editing fstab directly, I've tried gnome disks and I've tried Usbmount. None of them work ...
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Does “defaults” option include “acl” option in /etc/fstab?

I'm working with ACLs on CentOS 7 and noticed that the partition (/) where ACLs are applied is mounted with defaults options. As far as I know ACLs need that the acl option is enabled in the mount, ...
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Meaning of output of mount [duplicate]

$ mount /dev/sda3 on / type ext4 (rw,errors=remount-ro,commit=0) proc on /proc type proc (rw,noexec,nosuid,nodev) sysfs on /sys type sysfs (rw,noexec,nosuid,nodev) none on /sys/fs/cgroup type tmpfs ...
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Where is my /tmp mounted?

$ df /tmp Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/root 480589544 42607368 413546516 10% / $ ls /dev/root ls: cannot access /dev/root: No such file or directory I ...
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mount directory cannot be seen from within apps

I have successfully mounted a local network location on my Android device to /sdcard/routersd with permission set drwxrwxrwx; I can successfully browse within this mounted directory and do copy/delete ...
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How do I mount a USB external hard drive in RHEL rescue mode

I had a boot failure on a RHEL 6.2 machine and I can now only start it in rescue mode with the recovery CD. I would like to move all the data to an external USB-mounted drive but I am having problems. ...
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Meaning of root in GRUB config file

Refering to here with a configuration as grub> root (hd0,0) grub> kernel /vmlinuz-i686-up-4GB root=/dev/hda9 grub> boot The preceding is usually sufficient to boot a Linux box. The ...
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What is the purpose of nodev? [duplicate]

I'm talking about the mount option. What is it used for? What is the purpose behind preventing device nodes from being created in a filesystem?
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gvfs-mount not working

I have ubuntu 15.10 (wily) on my machine, and I'm used to mounting sftp disks of remote machines via gvfs. There's a simple GUI way to do that in Ubuntu. However, this stopped working recently, ...
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Do entries in /etc/fstab control what points devices partitions are automatically mounted to?

What it says in the title. But for those of you who might need more of an explanation, my question is about how to change the points where devices and partitions automatically mount to upon being ...
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Windows directories keeps getting unmounted on two identical Red Hat servers

We have a pretty severe problem at my research center. I have, together with IT, set up an infrastructure like this: Users use their laptops at their desks. They all have a home-folder at a storage ...
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How to recycle USB device names on Linux after forced removal

When a mounted USB stick is manually unplugged (without unmounting it) the device name in /dev (e.g. /dev/sda ) is somehow reserved, plugging it on again will yield on my system the alphabetically ...
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gphotofs protocol error mounting Android device in PTP mode

I have connected an Android 5.1 device to a Linux machine and I would like to mount it with PTP, as it seem to be easer to copy/remove files than using MTP connection. In this case, I have loaded the ...
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How to not mount a partition in fstab file on boot but rather on click on shortcut in nautilus?

I am mounting a samba share using fstab file as: //192.168.2.2/Expansion /samba/raspberry/ cifs ...
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How to mount an external encrypted drive?

My computer stopped working so I'm plugging the hard drive with a USB adapter to another computer to recover my files. After plugging it the passphrase prompt appears to unlock the volume, I type the ...
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How can I see the dismounted devices

How can I see if the usb device has been dismounted? Because when I did fdisk -l the information is the same, before and after the ran command umount /dev/usb.
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How do I automatically force a umount on a usb drive that has already been removed?

I have debian system that auto mounts an entry in my fstab file when a usb drive is connected. This is done so as a read only device The device is mounted to /media/usb1 If i'm in the console and ...
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How to find out the time since something was mounted?

Not every device is mounted during boot time. On servers it happens, that server log might already being rotated. How to find out, how long / since when a device has been mounted?
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How do I control what's mounted at Linux startup?

This might sound like, an "Edit /etc/fstab" answer. My fstab has the SD card mounted to /home directory. However, when I start the computer, the home directory ends up on the same partition as my / ...
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Keep getting error while trying to mount external HDD with LVM2 format, using Knoppix from live USB, please help

I am computer savvy, but fairly new to Linux, so forgive me if not technical enough. I have a 3TB external HDD, a Seagate, and it used to be a NAS, but the Ethernet portion failed, so I have plugged ...
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treating web page like directory

I'm a Mac user and I want to cd to a web page and then cp some files onto a local directory. Is there a way to do this? This is the page I'm referring to: ...
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Is it possible to mount a device in a process' namespace after unshare()

Say I have a process with an isolated MOUNT namespace pid 1200 the process called unshare() to isolate its namespace from the parent process. I then want to mount a device only accessible outside pid ...
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What's the difference between mnt vs media? [duplicate]

What is the purpose of having both? Aren't they both used for mounting drives?
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How do I execute a command if a drive is not mounted?

I am trying to create a shell script to mount a LUKS volume if it is not already mounted. The LUKS password will be in the shell script. The shell script is being stored in a encrypted folder so it is ...