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

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Problems mounting a disk

I have a disk that has failed to mount on start up. I have commented out the line in fstab to try to diagnose the issue: # /dev/sdc /media/bigdrive ext4 auto,exec,rw,user,async 0 0 Then rebooted. I ...
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I cannot use yum command and ssh after mount drive.(CentOS)

As the title above, I cannot use yum command after I mount like below. mount /dev/xvdb3 /usr Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/xvda ...
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Is there a selinux, httpd, or PHP configuration that prevents reading mounted drives?

I'm moving a virtualized centos web server over that has an all-to-small hard drive to a new machine and I hooked up a bigger drive for hosting videos and downloads and stuff. W When I try to run a ...
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Allow NonRoot User to Mount a Particular NTFS External Hard Drive

I have a 4TB external hard drive connected to an Linux server. The fstab permissions on this drive are set so that only one particular non-root user has access to it: ...
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Is it dangerous to remount a partition rw/ro frequently?

I'm developing an embedded linux system running on a SD card. To protect the SD against corruption I've used a read only root filesystem as well as an extra partition where I mount /home, also in ...
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Can't mount samba share

I'm trying to mount a samba host located at 192.168.2.5. I can ping the host, I can open the share on Ubuntu and windows (with the credentials). When I try to manually connect: ...
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mounting mmcblk0p1 failed with Invalid argument

When I am running linux from sd card and try to mount sd card -no problem, works fine. But when I am running linux from flash memory I am unable to mount my SD card: # mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 /mnt/ ...
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What's the advantage of mounting a file system in the same file system

RE-EDIT: We can usually see mounting a file system to a mountpoint, like: /usr/bin/truncate -s 128M /tmp/foo chmod 0700 /tmp/foo mke2fs -t ext4 -m 1 -F /tmp/foo mount -t ext4 -o loop /tmp/foo /mnt ...
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Can't mount Samba share on Rasbian, works flawlessly on Debian

I have a samba share that I use in my home, this works fine on both Windows and Debian, but when trying to mount it on my Raspberry Pi I just get an error. /etc/fstab: //media.lan/public ...
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HDD no longer able to mount after editing /etc/fstab

I have an SSD which holds / and my home directory, but I also have a 1TB HDD with most of my music on. I tried to edit /etc/fstab to automatically mount the HDD to save me time. I am running Kubuntu. ...
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confusion about mount options

I feel confused about mount options such as: --bind, --make-unbindable and --make-shared and could you please help me explain the below commands? sudo "mount --bind #{vm_bind_mount} #{vm_bind_mount}" ...
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NFS Server changes in /etc/exports file need Service Restart?

I have NFSv4 Server (on RHELv6.4) and NFS Clients on (CentOSv6.4). Let's say in /etc/exports: /shares/website1 <ip-client-1>(rw,sync,no_subtree_check,no_root_squash) /shares/website2 ...
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disable sudo password prompt for boot script

I've got raspbian installed and need to mount a cifs path after boot is completed. In fstab I got an entry for this with the noauto parameter. When using auto, boot hangs. So in raspbian, the file is ...
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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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How to determine if NFS mount is mounted as v3 or v4?

Red Hat 5/6 when I do mount it says type nfs, I would like to know how to determine version if it isn't listed in mount options or fstab. Please don't say remount it with the version option, I want ...
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Unable to delete files to trash in a bind-mounted filesystem

I'm trying to set up shared home directory for two Linux installations and thus I'm using bind-mounts. My user is named dbz and his home directory is /home/dbz. I also have shared directory ...
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How to rename /dev/sdax(partitions) in Linux

I made a partition like /part on my machine with some important data... But I can't stand the name of it... I want a clear solution to resolve it and change the name of it to for example /test... ...
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mount --bind other user as myself

I'm using fstab to bind a folder that belongs to another user in one of my own directories. I know that I can map users when I mount an SSHFS, I've been doing some research and I can't find a mount ...
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CentOS 6.4: Unable to mount disc, doesn't like UDF

I'm trying to use a CD on CentOS 6.4, but I keep getting this error: Unable to mount Disc Error mounting: mount: unknown filesystem type 'udf' I've installed udftools I've tried changing the ...
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Can I make the O/S drive READ ONLY and prevent metadata write back?

Sorry to ask a (probably) stupid question. I am a hardware designer struggling with provision of safe shutdown power to an embedded system. I am aware the Linux normally makes a heavy use of the ...
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Resize Disk on Linux

df Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/vg_cloud-lv_root 51606140 9985252 38999448 21% / tmpfs 515252 0 ...
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What makes the files in my home directory appear, when I log in through SSH then run ecryptfs-mount-private?

I'm a bit of a newbie when it comes to using Linux. I've recently installed Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (minimal virtual machine) on a VPS host. I've encrypted the virtual disk and encrypted the home directory ...
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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 ...
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Having difficulties mounting a rootfs for an embedded Linux

I want my Kernel to start a squashfs rootfs for an embedded Linux. The squashfs file is on a sdcard, therefor i put these parameters on it's command line: console=ttyS0,115200 root=/dev/sdb1 rw ...
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Edit file on image created with dd [duplicate]

I've a bootable USB with Debian. Normally I clone the disk with dd, write the image on a new USB disk, mount this disk on my filesystem and edit some files. Is it possible to edit files on the image ...
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Isn't /boot a separate mount?

My understanding is that /boot is being accessed by lower level tools (e.g. grub) during system startup and so it is formatted specially in a simpler format than the rest of the disk. But when I do: ...
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Fedora 18 in VM locks the CD drive

I have windows 7 and I installed VMware (VMware-player-5.0,2-1031769) and want to put fedora 18 in it but after complete installation is done I'm getting the below error: The guest operating ...
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sharing folders in virtual box

I'm trying to run a Linux Mint guest inside a Linux Mint host(both 64-bit). I've installed Guest Additions etc. But I'm not able to access the shared folder. sudo mount -t vboxsf kernel ...
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I had a folder full of files, then I used “sudo mount” to mount a Windows samba share. Where did the files go? [duplicate]

I'm using a raspberry pi. I didn't think mounting a samba share to a folder full of files would do anything - I thought it would copy the files to the samba share. Now the files are gone from this ...
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How do I mount an XFS partition via /etc/fstab and non-root users can r/w to it?

I have 2 XFS partitions I want to mount via /etc/fstab: /dev/sdb1 /media/data xfs defaults 0 2 /dev/sdc1 /media/backup xfs defaults 0 ...
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Linux Booting with USB File System [closed]

I'm trying to boot a Linux system stored in a USB drive that I got by following the Linux from Scratch manual. I finished all but the booting part, the problem is that when the kernel tries to to ...
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Mount Android phone file system on Linux manually

How can I bind my Android file system to my Linux machine, and modify it? When I plug in my Android device, it seems to use one USB interface but I couldn't find whre the mount point is. I checked ...
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How to find out easily whether a block device (or a part of it) is mounted somehow

I want to know what the easiest way is to determine (without root privilege) whether a block device (say sdb) or any part of it is mounted (and which part of it). Checking /proc/mounts for sdb is not ...
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Mount partition with truecrypt using the commandline

I'm trying to mount a encrypted HDD with truecrypt, but I cann't find the device. Where can I finde my HDD and what is the command to mount it in truecrypt? I'm using Raspbian on Raspberypi.
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How to automatically set permission at automount without mask

I store my data on a NTFS parition to share it with my Windows. I use the dmask,fmask option in my fstab entry to avoid rwx default permissions to everyone, for coherence, security, and also because ...
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Why do I need to comment out the floppy in /etc/fstab in new-ish Debian versions?

I'm using a box with Debian that has gone through many updates (at least lenny, squeeze, wheezy). After a long time, I wanted to mount a floppy again which didn't work as it used to. I found a ...
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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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Impossible to mount USB hard drive. Filesystem not recognized?

I have been using a raspberry PI since more than one year, with two USB 500GB IDE hard drives as a NAS/torrent box. Yesterday, one of the two hard drives started a repetitive rattling noise, and I ...
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Mount entry in fstab when connect to a network

I have an entry in fstab (Opensuse) which mounts a samba filesystem: //10.39.52.2/Company /media/share cifs credentials=/home/user/file,rw,nounix,iocharset=utf8,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777 0 0 but ...
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mounting iso image: message “block device is write protected, mounting read-only”! [duplicate]

I want to delete a few files from my iso image on hard disk. So, I did: ravbholua@ravbholua-Aspire-5315:/media/ravbholua/f34890dd-20d2-4d78-92c9-1de7c0957f00$ sudo mount -o loop check_bholua99.iso ...
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fstab bind inconsistency - Is a link a better option?

When binding two folders together as configured in /etc/fstab; #folder-with-old-data new-empty-folder fs option flags /home/user1/Mydata/Pictures /home/user1/Pictures none bind 0 0 ...
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special device tmpfs does not exist

I'm trying to speed up a project which uses a folder for cache by mounting the cache folder on tmpfs. But whenever I mount it I get this error message: mount: special device tmpfs does not exist ...
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DVD not mounted automatically in Linux Mint Debian Edition

I just installed LMDE on a brand new laptop. When I inserted a movie-dvd for the first time, it was loaded not causing any trouble. But since then, there seems to be no automatic mounting of dvds ...
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Mount a workstation dir upon login to server over ssh

I'd like to have a local directory be mounted upon logging into a remote server via SSH. So if I were to ssh into foo.bar.com as user baz then there would be a directory mounted in /home/baz/roaming - ...
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Let the server own the file created by the client on a Samba share

I'm sharing a directory on my Mac using Samba. When the client (Raspebian) creates a file on the mounted share, the file is owned by the user on the client and the permissions are set to -rw-------. ...
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Mount Drive Unplugged, Folder Still Writable

I created a folder using sudo mkdir /mnt/external/ and then mount an external hdd to it: $ mount -t ext2 /dev/sdd1 /mnt/external I have an application writing backups to that mounted drive. Then, ...
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Fedora 20: How to navigate to Windows partitions via commandline?

In Fedora 16, when accessing the Windows partitions via the Fedora GUI, it would get mounted on /media/. They were visible as /media/Data etc and I was able to navigate into those partitions via the ...
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How to make gvfs mount fat/vfat drives with 8.3 names set to lowercase on automatic mount?

Use case: when USB flash or SD card is plugged in, the filesystem is mounted. It is mounted by gvfsd. But if the filesystem contains files in legacy 8.3 format (like digital cameras often save file ...
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Need to move complete unix disk from old HP to new box

I have an old HP 715/80 that is running some really old software that we need to continue using. The software is no longer available. I am wanting to somehow clone or move the data to a new Unix/Linux ...
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File executable by all, yet still cannot be executed?

As shown by the following code: ll total 136 -rwxr-xr-x 1 kaiyin kaiyin 19067 May 9 2013 dbmeister.py -rwxr-xr-x 1 kaiyin kaiyin 1617 Jul 29 2011 locuszoom -rwxr-xr-x 1 kaiyin kaiyin 112546 May ...