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

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Ownership of a mount point

I cannot create files in my newly mounted partition . The folder to which i am mount the partition, /media/hrmount, is owned by root so even if I add a fstab line like UUID=irrelevant ...
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Having trouble grasping Synologys permission system

I've got a DS1513+ running an LDAP server and I'm trying to get my permissions working. What I am trying to do is setting up a share all for myself. I created a share(d folder), lets name it ...
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How is the visibility of a file-system mount limited?

If a user mounts an encrypted file system, is it possible to limit the visibility of that file system such that other users are not able to view it or even see that the file system is mounted?
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How to merge different partitions on RedHat

I am quite in a bad situation that my oracle instance is on a mount point (/disk1) which is about to get full. /disk1 is mounted to /dev/sdb1 (primary partition on /dev/sdb) to resize the partition I ...
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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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Is it possible to mount a subdirectory in ftp server via curlftpfs

Currently I'm running this command: curlftpfs user_name:password@hostname ~/mnt/sitename It mounts the contents of main ftp dir on server to ~/mnt/sitename. But on server I need to open public_html ...
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Device already mounted on resource is busy

Issue ::: I install Redhat 5.10 x64 on server which had faulty hdd . I removed the old faulty hdd and installed new one with 500GB capacity and after installation i need to copy some data from old ...
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I can't create fstab while installing arch

Firstly, I followed this video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=METZCp_JCec) to install arch, but when I create fstab with genfstab -p /mnt >> /mnt/etc/fstab the error No such file or directory ...
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Mount of NAS affects date / time modified during copy

I used to access my NAS via Caja or some other GUI file managers. When I copied a file, the date modified on the target was the same as the source file copied. Now, I mount my NAS via the command ...
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extend the storage of a beaglebone black

I've got a beaglebone black rev B (2gb storage) and I want to use it to run owncloud as a self-hosted cloud. The beaglebone comes with 2gb of storage, which means that it has just enough room for the ...
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Zorin OS 9-Booting from liveUSB error

I am attempting to install the Ubuntu-based Zorin OS 9 via liveUSB. I have done a number of installs of Ubuntu based OS's but have run into a problem with this one. I have created a liveUSB within my ...
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Use a directory to simulate a USB storage device? Or any other way to simulate a USB storage device?

When it comes to CD's you have virtual CD software in which you load an .iso and it works like a CD-Rom. But when it comes to USB is there something similar? Is it possible to use a directory to ...
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blkid not working immediately after cdrecord

I have a product based on a CentOS 6.3 system. One of our features is that the user can spit their data out to a CDROM. In making some fixes, I've run into a weird issue - immediately after the ...
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How do I mount an SD card?

My SD card will suddenly not automount. It works on another Mac. Can someone provide a solution to mount with Terminal? $ diskutil list /dev/disk2 #: TYPE NAME ...
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Create folder as Apache with user add Centos

I have a windows drive that's mounted onto my Linux server. PHP and Apache web server needs to create folders on the windows drive with (mkdir) but I get permission error. I have mounted my windows ...
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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 do I mount a Mac thumb drive on a Linux system?

When I insert a FAT thumb drive in a USB port it automagicly mounts. When I do the same thing with a thumb drive from a Mac system it does not show up in my file manager. How do I mount a Mac thumb ...
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Repair or recover seemingly damaged partition on USB external disk

A friend brought this WD My Passport external harddrive to me to see if I could recover her files. The device is "not working" after a power outage. As per her testimony, when the device is connected ...
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External hard drive can't be mounted on linux(windows says: Format it)

I have a hard disk and I can't mount it on linux. These are information may be helpful: # fdisk -l Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/sdb1 * 63 1250258624 ...
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Mount USB flash drive to /media/<label>

I did a minimal install of Debian using a USB thumb drive (instead of a DVD) and rebooted my box. At the console, tty1, I logged in to my user account. I re-plugged in my USB thumb drive that ...
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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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Why do we need to mount on Linux?

I understand what mounting is in Linux, and I understand device files. However I do not understand WHY we need to mount. For example, as explained in the accepted answer of this question, using this ...
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Bind Mounting across different file systems

Does the command mount -o bind allow mounting a folder from a different file system (vfat, ntfs) to a folder in Linux native partition?
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error when trying to remount / readonly [closed]

On my Debian wheezy system I'm trying to remount / readonly. I switch to runlevel 1 and then issue mount / -o ro, remount which always errors out with "column: invalid argument" Additional ...
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cannot mount usb drive [closed]

This is my first day on linux and I can't figure out how to mount a usb drive. I plugged it and used fdisk -l to locate it. However when I type mount /dev/sda1 it says that sda1 does not exist. ...
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Showing only “interesting” mount points / filtering non interesting types

I used mount to show mounted drives, I don't want to see the not so interesting ones (i.e. non-physical). So I used to have a script mnt that did: mount | grep -Ev 'type (proc|sysfs|tmpfs|devpts) ' ...
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Mount USB on Read-Only filesystem

I've got a damaged Mac filesystem, and in single-user mode the command mount -uw / fails (error is something like SATA warning: Enable auto-activate failed). However, I don't need the whole filesystem ...
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Drive cannot be mounted automatically, but manual mount is successful

I have an external hard disk that all of a sudden gives an error when Linux Mint attempts to auto mount the thing when it is plugged in. For some reason I see two "External Drive" (the drive's name) ...
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Replacing a partition within a .img with another one

I have 2 .img files (embedded Linux images, each with 2 partitions- a boot partition and a rootfs). I need to replace the rootfs partition in one with the other's. How can I do this In the .imgs ...
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Can`t mount external hdd

I am using Debian and I`m using Windows as well (much longer). I loaded a external disk on Windows but when trying to mount on linux again I keep getting the same error: Error mounting: mount exited ...
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Trouble with understanding the concept of mounting

Having read both What is meant by mounting a device in Linux? and understanding "mount" as a concept in the OS, I have a problem where it is stated that All accessible storage must have ...
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Difference between /dev and /sys

Exactly what is the difference between devfs and sysfs? Both seem to maintain a list of hardwares attached to the system. Then why the need for 2 separate fs even arose? As far as I can get /sys ...
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How to force a device to be mounted as Mass Media Storage (MMS) rather than Media Transfer Protocol (MTP)?

I use various Sony Walkmans to record a multitude of short audionotes on the go (while running, swimming, or simply walking or taking the bus). I used to mount each device as a Mass Media Storage ...
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mounting nfs from Xubuntu 14.04.1 LTS to Oracle Linux 6 - I see empty folder

I have folder /media/vitaly/BACKUP/VMs/vmware/forte/PF/conf/. In my vmware player shared folder functionality not working - I don't know why. When I try to reconfigure vmware-tools I see Mounting HGFS ...
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Mount Solaris Partition in Linux

I have a USB disk which when connected to a CentOS 6.5 system shows this as the output in fdisk -l. Disk /dev/sdn: 2000.4 GB, 2000398934016 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 243201 cylinders Units = ...
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Mount an USB: dmesg shows nothing

I'm trying to mount a USB-drive. However, it seems that my Linux (Debian) doesn't recognise it at all (and any other usb-drive), though it powers it. The usb-hubs are OK, because I was able to boot ...
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Linux dual boot wiped Windows data

I have a Windows Vista/Debian Linux dual boot on my computer. Yesterday I did a bunch of work on Windows, while Linux was hibernated. Today I logged into Linux and tried to look at the data in the ...
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Cannot mount external hard drive after using Clonezilla

Linux Mint 17 Qiana 64-bit. Cinnamon. Yesterday I tried to back up my internal (where Linux resides) hard drive's image to my external USB hard drive using Clonezilla. Last month this operation went ...
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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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chroot with unionfs-fuse, can't access /dev/*

I have created the a chroot jail in combination with unionfs-fuse so that I don't need to install another system inside it. However, the resulting system's /dev entries are not readable.This is ...
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How to delete a file in QNX4 format when a CF card is mounted as read-only in Linux?

Recently, the DMA device of our lab is broken and the suspected problem is in the CF card which is in QNX4 format. I want to delete a file named 'calforce.dat' and recreate it by calibrating the ...
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Mounting a NFS file system by changing default owner

I want to mount a NFS file system with user/group ownership of <admin> . How it can be done ? mkdir /cert chown admin.admin /cert mount -t nfs 192.168.2.149:/portalweb /cert/
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Mounting hard drive from FreeBSD Live CD?

Before my question, a little background info, as I'm not sure whether it might be pertinent or not: I am trying to set up full disk encryption using GELI, booting from an external thumb drive, on ...
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Copy ISO to folder, then back to ISO cause an error

I've got an ISO image, which include install file. I use AcetoneISO to unpack ISO to my folder. Then, I overwrite file I need and: genisoimage -o myImage.iso /my_folder Where my_folder is ...
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specify mount option in /etc/fstab (mode=1777)

I have following line in my /etc/fstab: /dev/mapper/tmp /tmp ext4 noexec,nodev,nosuid,mode=1777 0 0 When I try to mount /tmp, I get following error in dmesg: EXT4-fs (dm-1): ...
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udisks cannot read label - force to recognize (and mount under) partition labels?

This is kind of similar to How to mount removable media in /media/<LABEL> automatically when inserted, without any desktop environment?, but not exactly. For a while, I've had a setup with an ...
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Tuning NFS: Identifying source of getattr requests

we run some Linux NFS clients against a NetApp NFS storage system. Currently we have over 50% getattr requests running against the NetApp using up precious CPU cycles. Using the netapp-top.pl script ...
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Is it possible to look 'behind' a mount point while still mounted? [duplicate]

I have two partitions, one mounted at / and one at /crypt. I'm using a bind mount to mount /crypt/home at /home/ (and various others). Problem is that I kinda need to look at the original /home dir ...
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Weird mount behaviour

I have a weird thing happening and I can't explain. first take a look at the attached picture. As you can see I have a CentOS based AMS-ASPERA01 server in the DMZ, and I have 6 machines in our ...
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How to properly mount new hdd, to free up the old one

I installed a new hdd /dev/sdb1, and mounted to /home/ubuntu/new1, and moved some files there to free up the old hdd, but when I do du -h new1 is still takes space in the old hdd, below are my fstab ...