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How to view files hidden by a mount on Debian 6

I have been trying for a while to view files, hidden by a mount on my device sporting Debian 6, to no avail, and being new to Linux, I am compelled to ask the question: How do you view files hidden by ...
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Debian, Windows domain and shared folder

I have linked many Debian PCs to a Windows domain. The logon process works well. Every users has a personal folder on the Windows server (and they can access these folders through their personal ...
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1answer
242 views

ACL is NOT enabled but it's working [duplicate]

How this is possible? ACL is not enabled in /etc/fstab, and I can verify it via manually opening fstab or running sudo mount | grep -i acl. But getfacl & setfacl Commands would work without any ...
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How to automatically mount an USB device on plugin-time on an already running system?

I know how to use /etc/fstab to automatically mount devices on boot or when doing sudo mount -a, which works perfectly fine. For example, here is my current line for my device UUID=B864-497A ...
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1answer
81 views

IP address of a mounted network directory

I have mounted a network directory to /mnt/svr with the following fstab configuration: # <file system> <mount point> <type> <options> <dump> <pass> ...
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RAID5 Arrary disappeard with no HW or SW changes made

I have a R-Pi running XBMC (Linux CaribNAS 3.10.24 #2 PREEMPT Mon Dec 23 05:18:12 UTC 2013 armv6l GNU/Linux) with a 3 disk raid 5 array that has been working up till yesterday when is stopped running ...
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USB drive permissions when automounting

On Debian there is the common problem, that you try to plug an ntfs formatted USB harddrive and then can't write to it as a regular user to it because the directory belongs to root. A little time ago ...
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1answer
240 views

Accessing /home/user data from an Ubuntu system mounted as external drive on Debian wheezy [closed]

I just switched my Hard Drives and I would like to copy my data from the old HDD to the new HDD. I have mounted the old HDD at /mnt, it is a LVM Ubuntu partition. What I would like to do is copy my ...
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Debian 7 / XFCE - NTFS partition umounts suddenly

Couple of days ago i faced strange problem: my NTFS partition (separate hard-drive) started to ummount suddenly. when i do umont/mount in terminal - usually it errors on umount, telling me that mount ...
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Questions regarding mounting CD-ROM on linux

I am trying to mount the dvd+rw drives in my Debian 7 PC. There are two drives and I can see that these exist in /dev: $ ls -la /dev/dvd* lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 3 Oct 26 07:47 dvd -> sr1 ...
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1answer
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Cannot mount filesystem under luks. Device does not exist

I made one big luks device and re-used it on my debian install, then i ran into some boot problems and i need to acess the filesystem. The problem is, i decrypt the luks device and when i try to ...
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vfat not recognized in debian

I want to mount my usb drive (kindle vfat32). When I do mount -t auto /dev/sdf1 /mnt/usb I get mount: unknown filesystem type 'vfat' I checked if the drive is recognized with sudo fdisk -l and ...
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1answer
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How to trigger mount/umount before/after hibernation?

How to trigger mount/umount before/after hibernation? I use s2disk. Note: Debian
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Mounting LVM2 volume gives me 'mount: you must specify the filesystem type'

I have a LVM2 Volume Group 'vgXEN' with a Logical Volume in it called 'test-disk'. This is the output of lvdisplay: --- Logical volume --- LV Path /dev/vgXEN/test-disk LV Name ...
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2answers
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Mount a device as another user

Is there a command (on Debian Wheezy) that a testuser that belongs only to the group testuser can run (maybe he needs to be listed in sudoers first) in order to mount a USB stick as if he belonged to ...
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2answers
477 views

Mounting a drive and accessing it

I have created a partition on /dev/sdb I want to be able to go to this drive when I type: cd /name What I did, which did not work. mkdir name in /mnt mounted the /dev/sdb on /mnt/name updated ...
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Debian: Mounting NFS Volume at boot with fstab not working, How to change when this is attempted on boot

So there are a bunch of NICs and vlans on the server and after adding the last ones the auto mount of a network volume is not working. I can do it all right if i SSH in and use mount however it doesnt ...
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2answers
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Mount a folder without noexec

Is it possible to mount a single folder without the noexec option. I have a situation in which a web app in the users home folder on the server has to be mounted without noexec to run correctly, ...
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1answer
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How to mount USB stick on Debian Sid?

I've just installed Debian Sid on my computer but I cannot mount external USB drives as you can see in the image. Mounting failed Cannot mount "SENZATITOLO" Not authorized What should I ...
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5answers
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Mounting external drive does not work anymore

~$ dmesg | tail [ 479.558062] usb 1-1: SerialNumber: S07F1601A00000090095 [ 479.559231] scsi7 : usb-storage 1-1:1.0 [ 480.557093] scsi 7:0:0:0: Direct-Access Ext Hard Disk PQ: ...
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1answer
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Really umount external drive

I had a USB drive mounted on /dev/sdb1 and I want to reformat from NTFS to ext3. I did umount -l which unmounted the disk. I deleted the old partition using cfdisk. I ran mkfs.ext3, but got the error: ...
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Gedit cannot save in shared folder (Virtualbox)

I'm getting the "Cannot save _ Unexpected error: Error renaming temporary file: Text file busy" in Gedit 2 when I try to save in a shared folder with Virtualbox (Debian). I've searched and apparently ...
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Unable to access Linux share from a Windows machine with NT_STATUS_BAD_NETWORK_NAME error

On the Linux machine I changed the smb.conf like this: [john] path = /root/john/downloads available = yes valid users = john read only = no browsable = yes public = yes writable = yes The path ...
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1answer
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Mount USB drive (FAT32) so all users can write to it

I have a USB FAT32 drive that is on /dev/sda2. I've mounted it as /media/bigdrive however, I get permission denied whenever I try to touch a file there as a non root user. When I run mount I can see ...
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1answer
608 views

Run shell script when new volume mounted

I'm interested in running an rsync script whenever any new volume is mounted on my Debian box. What are some potential triggers / strategies for listening for a new volume mount?
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1answer
887 views

Debian USB automount

Got my USB flash automount broken after reboot. Using Debian 6, GNOME 2 My NTFS hard disk is still mounting correctly. When i connect my Android smartphone (with SD and local drive) my messages log ...
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1answer
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Why rootfs is mounted multiple times?

Here you can see two devices are mounted as root: $ df Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on rootfs ...
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1answer
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Mounting a multi-partition (GPT/HFS+) USB 2.0 harddrive on Debian

I have a 3TB USB 2.0 hard-drive which has two HFS+ (Mac) partitions using GUID partition table for the partition records. It was partitioned with Mac OS Disk Utility. How can I mount these partitions ...
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When to mount /tmp (and other temporary directories)

When is the right time to mount /tmp (on Debian)? For /home I would not feel bad just to echo "/dev/foo /home type defaults 0 0" >>/etc/fstab - but can I be sure that /tmp is not used by any ...
2
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1answer
550 views

On Debian in fluxbox, GtkPod has no write permission, but does in GNOME

In fluxbox I manually mount my iPod, then run GtkPod as a normal user, unfortunately this doesn't give me write permissions as a normal user. (I can paste the error message in later when I am home if ...
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2answers
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Files copied to flashdrive only on unmount

I use Debian wheezy with KDE4. Most of the time when I copy something to a flashdrive, the write does not actually take place until I unmount. This even happens with relatively large amounts of data ...
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3answers
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Automount USB drives with no GUI requirement (halevt replacement)

For minimal installations of Debian, I have been using halevt to enable automounting of USB drives. Halevt is reliable and requires no configuration aside from installing the package. Now, halevt has ...
6
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3answers
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Access to original contents of mount point

On my headless NAS I have sdf1 (a flash-card) mounted as / while /home is mounted from lv00 (an LVM volume backed by a software RAID). To be able to access the machine when the RAID fails, I have a ...