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

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Access files from BTRFS image on similar filesystem

Backgroud: Running XBian (Debian ARM distribution for Raspberry Pi), which uses BTRFS. I fragged my system and decided to start over. However, I ripped the image from the root filesystem device before ...
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Conceptual question about data corruption and mounting

If we have a partition /dev/sda1, and mount it to a mount point (i.e. /mnt), we can then use the files and folders under /mnt. Before changing the partition /dev/sda1 I umount /mnt, and then perform ...
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I can read from hard disk, but I can't mount it read only

I have some problems with my hard disk - maybe it is broken, maybe the SATA cable is broken, I am just investigating it. One thing is strange. I can read raw data from this device using: # cat ...
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When does the “/mnt/username_home_dir” appear?

The problem I have to solve requires the access to the /mnt/username_home_dir directory, but there is no such directory present, despite me creating a user and auto-creation of his /home/username ...
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How can ubuntu/truecrypt be configured so users can mount volumes if-and-only-if they have proper permissions on the mount-point?

If I add the line: ALL= /usr/bin/truecrypt to the sudoers file this lets all users mount volumes at arbitrary mount-points. The problem is a user could create a truecrypt volume and then mount it at ...
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Run systemd service after automount but after it's accessed

Is it possible to run a systemd service that prepares an automounted file system for use? This service would need to run after the filesystem is mounted, but before whatever triggered the automount ...
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How to get the complete and exact list of mounted filesystems in Linux?

I usually use mount to check which filesystems are mounted. I also know there is some connection between mount and /etc/mtab but I'm not sure about the details. After reading How to check if /proc/ is ...
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Format windows (NTFS) hard drive on Ubuntu using command line

This is really a two part question. I've never formatted a hard dirve on Linux/Unix, so please bear with me. I had an old Windows machine which recently died. So I decided to put the hard drive into ...
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Mounting multiple devices at a single mount point on Linux

Is there a way to mount multiple hard drives to a single mount point? Let's say I run out of space on /home and decide to add an extra hard drive to the computer. How do I scale the space on a mount ...
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Clustered NFS server reply ERR 24: Auth Bogus Credentials (seal broken)

I have 4 servers on the VirtualBox. Two of the servers are a CentOS 7 cluster with Pacemaker(corosync), and they have an NFSv4 server in Active/Passive mode. There are also 2 clients with CentOS 6, ...
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run a script from rc.local, that exists on an autofs nfs share

I mount some nfs exports from a fileserver to my workstation. The workstation is ubuntustudio 64bit 14.04. in order to make the mounts as transparent as possible, I have inserted the following in my ...
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Is there anyway to automatically mount a filesystem when I open a symbolic link to a directory on that filesystem?

I am using Arch with Xfce. Recently, I have created a symbolic link to a directory on a filesystem. But I don't want to mount the filesystem during boot or manually mount it before I open the ...
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Can't write on recently created EXT4 partition

On a new external hard drive (Intenso 05-1204-18A), I made (with GParted) two partitions : Disk /dev/sdc: 931.5 GiB, 1000204883968 bytes, 1953525164 sectors Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes ...
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I would like to copy some files from a usb to a ssd hard drive running CentOS 7 How do I do this? [on hold]

I would like to copy some files from a usb to a ssd hard drive running CentOS 7 How do I do this? is it different then centos 6.5 instructions?
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Where are all the disks used?

This is almost a little embarrassing to ask, but I just can not figure this one out myself really. I'm trying to find out where the disks of my machine are used and if they are actually used at all. ...
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Why was it necessary to restart apache webserver to copy files via php on newly mounted filer?

Scenario allready running Apache Webserver 2.4.2 on Solaris 5.10 newly added nfs mount as target for copying files via php executing cp via shell with the same user as the webserver works copying ...
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group option in fstab not working

I'm trying to take advantage of the "group" option for fstab entries and not having any success. From the mount man page: Normally, only the superuser can mount filesystems. However, when fstab ...
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Mount partitions read only in pantheon-files on ElementaryOS

I've currently dual booted my laptop with windows 8.1 and ElementaryOS Freya. As I've enabled the fast bootup feature in Windows, I can only mount the NTFS Windows partition on ElementaryOS as ...
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Force Filesystem Reread / Remount

Is it possible to force a complete re-read of a mounted filesystem (EXT4) from disk in a blocking manner? I have a potential situation where independent and external hardware can modify a filesystem ...
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Running mount -a generates this error

This is my fstab # # /etc/fstab # Created by anaconda on Mon Dec 29 13:09:14 2014 # # Accessible filesystems, by reference, are maintained under '/dev/disk' # See man pages fstab(5), findfs(8), ...
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Permission denied on mounted devices

I have checked many similar questions but the solutions didn't work for me. On my previous Debian wheezy installation I could mount devices from GUI with no permission problem and also after upgrading ...
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Unable to mount hard disk partition in ubuntu 12.04

I accidentally unmounted my hard disk partition, and then clicked on "edit partition" to further break the partition. Now there's no option to mount and fdisk -l says: Disk /dev/sda: 160.0 GB, ...
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SliTaz, usb stick, unable to mount iso or to find a filesystem on it rootfs.gz

I deleted every partition on my system, even the partition on my usb stick. Then I created a partition with SliTaz which I'm currently on. But then I found out that my usb stick didn't get discovered ...
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USB Stick recognized but not mountable

I have a USB Stick which is recognized by my laptop but there is no partition to mount. The device is listed in /dev/ as sdb but no partition /dev/sdb1. fdisk -l also displays nothing about /dev/sdb. ...
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Problem mounting mmcblk

I'm using Lubuntu 14.04 on a Vaio laptop. When I insert my card it is not automatically mounted. I need to remove and insert around 3 or 4 times until the file manager opens. So I'm trying to mount ...
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Permission to execute denied for every file in /tmp: [duplicate]

When I try to execute any program from the /tmp directory, it shows me /tmp/file_name: Permission denied. The same error is shown when I simply enter /tmp. The file system for /tmp is ramfs. I've ...
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how to mount samba dir into lxc container

I want to have access to samba dir inside lxc container. I found, that i can't mount directly, but have to mount samba to host, than use bind mount in container's config. I add ...
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Cannot mount samba share: Mount error (22)

I am trying to mount a password protected samba share. When I access the share via smb://server/share in nautilus there is no password/user promt, it seems I am logged in as a guest and I can browse ...
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what does mount -o remount,ro / actually do (under the hood)

To remount a mounted filesystem to read-only, I can use following command: mount -o remount,ro /foo This is used for example in the shutdown sequence, where root filesystem (/) is remounted ...
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Can I mount a microsoft mirrored dynamic disk?

I'm testing out sw raid in windows 7, but I almost always use linux and I would like to know if it's possible to mount such a mirrored dynamic disk. I can already mount each members separatly but ...
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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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bind mounting and df output

I have a partition, /dev/sdb1, that gets mounted at /data. In /etc/fstab I have: /dev/sdb1 /data ext4 defaults 1 2 After that partition gets mounted, I then have the following ...
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Can I mount a case-insensitive tmpfs/ramfs?

I would like to utilize the performance of tmpfs/ramfs for some file operations, but the programs/processes that use these files assume a case-insensitive file system. I cannot find any documentation ...
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Remount a busy disk to read-only mode

I want to force a disk partition to read only mode and keep it read-only for more than 30 minutes. What I have tried: mount -o remount,ro (partition-identifier) (mount-point) -t (filesystem) ...
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Mount iscsi drive at boot - system halts

I am running Oracle Linux 7 (CentOS/RH) in a Virtual Box VM on a Mac with OS X 10.10. I have a Synology Diskstation serving as an iscsi target. I have successfully connected to the Synology, ...
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The NTFS partition is in an unsafe state

I try to mount a NTFS partition in nautilus, and it refuse to mount it and suggests resume and shutdown Windows fully (no hibernation or fast restarting), the problem is that I have already disabled ...
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NFS partition mounted as read only

(Disclaimer: I've read "NFS sharing is read only" and I think it's not the same problem) I have just setup NFS on my raspberry (Raspbian) and I'm trying to access it from OSX. So far so good, I can ...
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Can anyone explain the output of mount?

I'm getting the following output when the mount command is executed. [root@]# mount /dev/sda2 on / type ext4 (rw) proc on /proc type proc (rw) sysfs on /sys type sysfs (rw) devpts on /dev/pts type ...
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mount exFAT HDD on CentOS 7

I'm running CentOS 7 on my server. I can't yum install fuse-exfat exfat-utils so I installed exfat-utils 1.0.1-1.el7.nux and fuse-exfat 1.0.1-1.el7.nux via RPM. I have a WD Green hard disk, which is ...
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Could a defunct Oracle backup script cause the database to be unavailable?

I have a backup script running on RHEL 6 backing up my Oracle environment that I found defunct this morning. I don't have any more information on the defunct process yet, but I might tomorrow morning ...
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Mount cifs Network Drive: write permissions and chown

I have access to a cifs network drive. When I mount it under my OSX machine, I can read and write from and to it. When I mount the drive in ubuntu, using: sudo mount -t cifs -o ...
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Cannot mount LVM partition after restoring LVM metadata

I have resized two LVM partition (/var and /home) and somehow resize process went wrong. After reboot system wasn't able to mount /var and /home. I have used RIPLinux to check if I can mount those ...
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Mounting USB camera on Ubuntu

I am quite new at Linux and I have to install this SwissRanger camera on Ubuntu. I am trying to follow their USB mounting instructions and I got stuck. From the instructions: Modify the usbdevfs ...
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Cannot mount exFAT even though I installed exfat-fuse

So, I installed exFAT support (Lubuntu 14.04) and it all works fine in a file manager (PCManFM), but I want to mount a disk in terminal, and it says exFAT is not found? It must be if its mounted ...
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/etc/fstab is mounting rw filesystem as read-only

A partition of my internal hard drive (not the root partition) I want to mount automatically on boot. I've been using /etc/fstab to mount my external backup drive automatically read-only, so this is ...
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how to synchronize two directory?

I want to using crontab to synchronize two directory between my linux partion and windows partion like this: 24 9 * * * cp -r /home/fan/Data /media/T/Data But it would create a directory named ...
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How to fix boot failure due to incorrect fstab?

It seems that I have added incorrect record to /etc/fstab: //servername/share /mnt/share cifs defaults,username=myuser 0 0 When I did mount -a, it asked user password to mount network ...
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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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Finding correct information to update mtab and fstab?

Is there an automated way to update my mtab and fstab? Or a command I can run so that I can copy the output into these files? I'm just nervous about tampering with these files because I know they are ...
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How do I mount a shared VMWare folder on startup?

So I'm following this article on how to mount a shared vmware folder. I can successfully mount with the following command: mount -t vmhgfs .host:/foo /home/user/Documents/foo However, I can't seem ...