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

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Unable to create a multiboot usb stick with MultiSystem

Installed multisystem on Ubuntu 14.04 for multiboot usb. When I start MultiSystem GUI, is shows me the usb device being mounted on /media/usb0, But when I select and hit confirm, I get the error msg ...
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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 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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Run fsck automatically when calling mount from command line

I have a backup script that mounts and unmounts a USB drive. I just noticed that its warning me: EXT3-fs warning: maximal mount count reached, running e2fsck is recommended My question: How can I ...
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Arch/OSX - fstab options for shared /home (HFS+) on SSD

I've got an Arch and OS X install sharing an HFS+ (non-journaled) /home partition. My Arch side seems to have issues with the partition. In particular, deleting multiple files causes the drive to ...
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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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Force-Mount windows hibernated partition in Read/Write mode

I have a dual boot system with a NTFS partition (C:) dedicated to the windows 8 OS files, an EXT4 partition dedicated to Linux Mint 17 and another NTFS partition (E:) which I would like to use for ...
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ntfs-3g: Input/output error

For the past 3 days (after an update) my Debian Jessie refuses to mount NTFS disks. I reinstalled libfuse2 and ntfs-3g, yet I get the same Input/output error I tried the same disks under Windows 7 ...
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How to Mount Western Digital external hard drive

I am using Debian. I cannot mount Western Digital My Passport Ultra on my system. I have tried sudo mount /dev/sdbx /media/hdd. It worked fine for me. But the problem is that I have to repeat this ...
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RHEL 7: mount windows cifs share failed

It may look like it is duplicate question but in context of RHEL 7, it is not. As RHEL 7 does not have mount.cifs binary present in /sbin, I want to know what else can be done to mount windows cifs ...
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Data loss when loop-mounting a file on removable USB storage

If I plug in a USB and modify files and unplug it I don't lose data. However if I use mount on a file on the USB I WILL lose data. Whats with that? Is there anything I can do to prevent loss of data? ...
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Cannot mount external USB drive

I'm on Debian Jessie and I have an external USB drive with NTFS. I plugged it into my Raspberry Pi, which then spontaneously restarted (probably the power consumption was too high for the adapter I'm ...
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Mount an ISO virtually using /dev/sr0 device

I'm doing a study about how CD-ROM can be mounted virtually and all I could find out was mounting using loop devices. mount -o loop disk1.iso /mount-point This is fairly easy. I understand that ...
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What is the fastest way to extract an ISO?

Currently I'm mounting an ISO to a (readonly) directory (using mount -o loop command) and then copying the contents to another normal directory. This takes lot of time as the ISO is large. Is this the ...
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Why do different partitions on the same disk not have the same mount point?

% cat /etc/fstab /dev/sda1 / ext2 defaults 1 1 /dev/sda2 /usr/local ext2 defaults 1 1 /dev/sda4 /home ext2 ...
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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.cifs error(2): No such file or directory when using a prefixpath

I tried this command: mount -t cifs //server/share/directory /mnt/directory -o credentials=/path/to/cifs.credentials --verbose Response is: mount.cifs kernel mount options: ip=<IP of ...
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Installing Matlab from an ISO image

I was trying to install Matlab, and used the following commands: # mkdir -p /mnt/disk # mount -o loop R2014a_UNIX.iso /mnt/disk # cd /mnt/disk # ls -l # ./install However, I don't want it in a ...
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Yet another problem mounting SD cards! [closed]

I've got an SD card that's not mounting properly. /dev/mmcblk0 exists, but /dev/mmcblk0p1 doesn't when I insert the card. The output of fdisk -l /dev/mmcblk0 is: 4 heads, 16 sectors/track, 242560 ...
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Is is possible to recover from the unexpected removal of the root device?

As it says on the tin, is it possible to recover from the entire removal and reinsertion of the root device (I.E. remounting it after reinsertion)? The reason I'm asking is I'm attempting to teach a ...
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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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fstab doesn't mount after boot of a virtual machine

I created virtual machine out of WordPress turnkey appliance (I believe it's based on Ubuntu) inside Virtual Box. I am able to mount a folder on turnkey from the host (Windows7) manually. So I added ...
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How to install ISO file? [closed]

I've MATLAB R2014a UNIX ISO file , but i'm using windows 8.1 , how can i install this version of MATLAB into windows instead of UNIX ?
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mount command permissions: ntfs vs. ntfs-3g

I see numerous how-to examples for mounting an ntfs partition with either a mount command or an entry in fstab. In all cases, specifying ntfs as the filesystem is associated with also specifying ...
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Why are NTFS partitions displayed but NTFS-3G partitions are not?

I'm running Debian Wheezy and have three internal ntfs Windows partitions (main, boot, and recovery). They are mounted via entries in fstab. The filesystem specified for the boot and recovery ...
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Advantages/disadvantages of increasing “commit” in fstab

I have done many obscure system optimizations in the past, but I got rid of most of them after powertop told me I should set my USB ports to autosuspend, which forced them to an eternal sleep, and ...
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Check if still mounted correctly

For my daemon, I mounted (several) remote read-only WebDAV folders¹ as "sources" to periodically pull files from. Let $SOURCE be one of them for this question's sake. Before blindly using $SOURCE, I ...
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Filesystem for boot partition

I created a BIOS boot partition on a hard drive, using gdisk : $ sudo gdisk /dev/sdb Command (? for help): p Disk /dev/sdb: 7821312 sectors, 3.7 GiB Logical sector size: 512 bytes Disk identifier ...
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Can Linux be configured to wait for USB storage to be reattached instead of returning I/O error

If a usb_storage device is physically detached from an Ubuntu machine while it is still mounted, any attempt to access the file system will produce an I/O error. Is there some way to configure Linux ...
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mount command over existing drive, then deleted

So I had a directory sitting on /dev/sdb1 I umounted the drive, moved the backup to sdc1 and restarted the server, still can't see the files...
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How does Fstab exec noexec parameter affects samba shares

I have mounted several data drives and used noexec parameter. Thinking that since it's only data I wouldn't need exec. Now I am having some permission issues and would like to rule this out as the ...
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What mount option to use for ext3 file system to minimise data loss or corruption?

I have an embedded setup using an initramfs for the root file system but using a custom ext3 partition mounted on a compact flash IDE drive. Because data integrity in the face of power loss is the ...
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Find out who is using a shared mount?

We have a mount point shared by many Linux hosts. We need to figure out which accounts are reading/writing files using which accounts and at what time. How should we go about this?
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Need to automate file transfer from linux server to windows shared folder

We need to transfer files from a Linux server to a Windows shared folder. we don't have any Samba server. Can you please explain a better way?
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umount: device is busy. Why?

When running umount /path I get: umount: /path: device is busy. The filesystem is huge, so lsof +D /path is not a realistic option. lsof /path, lsof +f -- /path, and fuser /path all return ...
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How to mount GPT nfts partition

I get this with parted: root@rescue / # parted /dev/sda print Model: ATA ST3000DM001-1CH1 (scsi) Disk /dev/sda: 3001GB Sector size ...
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Impossible to umount /mnt [duplicate]

I am running Debian kFreeBSD wheezy. Accidentally I mounted my zfs pool directly into /mnt. When I try to unmount I get an error: zfs unmount myzfspool cannot unmount '/mnt': Device or resource busy ...
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How to unmount a formerly chroot'd filesystem?

I'm using a rescue-live-system (similar to a live-cd) to fix some issues with my Debian server, like that: # mkdir -p /mnt/rescue # mount /dev/md2 /mnt/rescue # mount --bind /dev /mnt/rescue/dev/ # ...
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How to create MBR partition /dev/ nodes FreeBSD for mounting

I currently have FreeBSD version FreeBSD 10.0-RELEASE. Installed using a ZFS root. I'm attempting to mount a MBR partitioned drive but I can't get the partition nodes, /dev/ada4p1, etc. The partitions ...
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Do I need to chmod 777 mounted volumes?

I have an openstack VM with the following users: [foo@influxdb ~]$ id root uid=0(root) gid=0(root) groups=0(root) [foo@influxdb ~]$ id foo uid=500(foo) gid=500(foo) groups=500(foo),10(wheel) ...
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Mount error during arch-linux installation

I'm trying to install Arch-Linux from a USB stick. I copied the iso onto the stick using Unetbootin and made changes to the syslinux file as per the wiki. But the installation throws up a "mount: you ...
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Make mount not list “dummy” filesystems (like df)

When using mount to simply list all mounted filesystems, is there some way to make it not list "dummy" filesystems? That it, make it list only the filsystems that df does. EDIT: by "dummy" I mean ...
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External ext4 drive unmounted after some time (Raspbian)

I am using BitTorrent Sync on my Raspberry Pi (Raspbian) which syncs files on the external hard drive (ext4). I wrote a small script that spins down the drive after 5 minutes of inactivity. As soon as ...
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Can't mount SD card - Wrong filesystem

Just bought a SanDisk microSDHC 8Gb card and tried to change the file system to ntfs (used cfdisk thru terminal). Couldn't mount the device. Tried to change back to FAT32, but still can't mount. ...
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Filesystem and mount point

I am confused with which path should I give to store the file. host# df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/xvda2 ...
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Operation not permitted. For root user?

In order to find a workaround for a problem I had yesterday (see the question here) I come out with another experiment. After inserting a flash drive (vfat) and mounting its only partition I ...
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Unable to mount location after installing Linux Mint

I have been using Ubuntu for a while, but I decided to move to Linux Mint. I removed everything and clearly installed it. After the installation there are two parts which are File System and Toshiba. ...
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Mount JFFS2 FS in openwrt

I'm trying to mount 1[MB] of flash as JFFS2 FS in openwrt environment, using 128[MB] NAND flash (4 bit ECC). I'm using the following sequence - flash_eraseall -j dev/mtd6 mount -t jffs2 -o noatime ...
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Repository for Family Pictures [closed]

I have a Debian computer and a MacBook Air. On Debian I created a repository: mkdir -p /repository/git/2014.git cd /repository/git/2014.git git init --bare --shared On the MacBook I then typed: cd ...
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USB mount doesn't work on Centos 6.4

I have a problem. After an update, my USB drives are not mounted automatically and I'm unable to mount them manually... The output of my fdisk -l command is: Disk /dev/sdb: 15.8 GB, 15762194432 ...