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

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Peristent LiveCD: Allow user to write-access to usb key

Using kubuntu liveCD in persistent mode, I'd like to allow user to write on boot usb key (to put data out of "casper" file). USB (root) is auto mounted in /cdrom kubuntu is "main" user (uid 999) ...
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Is there a way to list files before mount a disk partition

Suppose there are several partition in my computer. So I'm not sure where is the folder I have to access. usually what I do is mount all the portions first and then search one by one. Is there a way ...
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New files in a mounted directory are being created with a different user and removing write permission for other users

I am running a python script that outputs files into a mounted directory on a different computer. The script can be run multiple times in a way that overwrites the contents of created files. However, ...
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How to finally mount FAT16 USB flash drive

I have 4GB USB flash drive stick plugged into laptop on debian 8.1. It contains one bootable partition 2GB created and formatted as FAT16 in Windows. What only I did try everything didn't. Maybe I am ...
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How can I fix /dev/pts after mounting it?

I made the same mistake as in this question: Debian chroot blocking PTTYs on host I mounted a "devpts" filesystem inside a chroot, and now urxvt can't create ptys. Oddly enough xterm still can. ...
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Why can't I write to my ext4 partition even with 777 permessions?

When I touch a new file for example I get: touch: cannot touch 'file': permission denied It is a partition that is mounted in the /media directory on demand. I am the owner and I've had it's ...
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NTFS partitions with high IO load causes consuming all processor time

My system (linux 3.16, ntfs-3g 2013.1.13AR.1) has 2 NTFS partitions and 2 ext4. I have 2 hard drives, each of them has 1 ntfs and 1 ext4. I've noticed that high inpit-ouput on NTFS partitions causes ...
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GlusterFS how to failover (smartly) if a mounted Server is failed?

In GlusterFS, lets say i have 2 Nodes (Servers) on a Volume. Lets say the volume info is something like this: Volume Name: volume-www Brick1: gluster-server-01:/volume-www/brick Brick2: ...
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Multiple questions about mounting multiple partitions (in Ubuntu 14.10)

I've got questions about how the Linux mount command works when used multiple times. Through an unfortunate series of events (multiple crashes in Ubuntu), I've decided that I wish to simply back up ...
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Mac drive in use, understanding lsof

I am trying to repair permission on my external HD as I can not empty my trash when its plugged in because I get a bunch of "such file is in use". I read online that this might be resolved by ...
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How to save a file from an initramfs emergency shell?

I can't boot because of some strange error. There is an error report file generated for me, to supposedly submit it along with a bug report, or whatever. So to help me figure out what the problem is, ...
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Can't mount partitions!

I have currently installed Debian in my system alongside Windows 8.1. I have a problem in mounting my other partitions in debian. When trying to open it the following error pops up: Error mounting ...
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how do I mount an external hard drive connected via SATA Wire to CentOS 7

I have CentOS 7 installed as a guest OS inside VirtualBox running on a Windows 8.1 machine. There is a SATA Wire connecting the machine to an external hard drive that used to contain a dual boot ...
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How should I distribute files/packages/software across multiple drives?

I am primarily a Windows user, but I am starting to use Linux more as I realize all the features it has. In Windows, I install my software that I use regularly on my 120GB SSD, along with the OS, ...
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What does this /etc/fstab entry mean? [closed]

What does this /etc/fstab entry mean? UUID=e67dc3e4-1ac3-4a68-b43f-c77c4dc965d9 / ext4 errors=remount-ro 0 1
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How can I find out which mounted filesystems a running process sees?

After having a long debug session and finally finding out that in Fedora (and CentOS) php-fpm has its own mounted /tmp filesystem, which was caused by a systemd setting, PrivateTmp, I am wondering if ...
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DD-WRT and mount command

I want to mount my usb drives using UUID or Labels. The busybox provided mount does not support these functions. I installed mount-utils from entware. However the busybox mount overrides the mount ...
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Disk mount on a linux VM , mounted elsewhere

Hi I am using a slightly unnecessary(maybe?) kind of a set up ... A debian build_VM The build_VM ran out of space so I formatted and mounted a disk on to the build_VM But before mounting the ...
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mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting <IP>:/

I am working on a metasploitable 2 tutorial: Rapid7 Mestasploit Tutorial Link I am attempting to perform the following actions: Getting access to a system with a writeable filesystem like this is ...
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Can I find the filesystem a file is going to be installed to? [duplicate]

I have a list of files along with their filepaths, that I'm planning to copy into a server. Is there a way, I could figure out before I copy, which filesystem it actually would go into? assuming the ...
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How do I identify which disk(s) make up a vxfs disk group?

In case it matters, system in question is Solaris installed on SPARC. System contains two HDDs, same make/model/capacity. On one HDD are the root and var partitions/slices. /etc/mnttab shows me that ...
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In a Sun Disk Label scheme, what are partitions of type E and F?

I am working with an image (dd) of an HDD removed from a Sun server that was in use circa 2006. Using fdisk on a Debian system to view the partition table it shows 3 partitions: Partition 2: A type ...
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Problems with (local) mount at boot (sysvinit)

During boot, some/many mount points in /etc/fstab are not mounted. The /etc/mtab file contains these mount points - my understanding is that the system believes the filesystems are already mounted. ...
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How do I change automatic mounts of removable vfat / fat32 drives/partitions to use “noexec”?

When I plug in a USB drive it is automatically mounted on /run/media/user/fslabel. This is done, I guess by some udev/dbus/thunar/nautilus/gvfs or other system, and I find this convenient and do not ...
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Difference between extracting an iso or mounting it

I'm trying to create a customized Ubuntu installation CD. In the official documentation of Ubuntu it says “Copy the CD to your hard drive” using this command: mount -o loop /path/to/iso ...
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How is locally-stored data handled when mounting/re-mounting a directory in CentOS?

I have a CentOS 5.x server and I initially had it configured with a mount point. The netfs service is enabled on boot. /etc/fstab has an entry pointing to a cifs share: //foobox.example.com/share ...
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How do you mount a specific btrfs subvolume?

Suppose I start with a non-btrfs system and then add a secondary drive that I format as btrfs. How would I mount /var/log on a subvolume of the new drive instead of on the original drive? Is this even ...
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Windows to RHEL 6 File copy - mount error 13 = Permission denied

I am fairly new to linux Administration for forgive me if I say anything that sounds crazy or if this question has been asked before. I did a search on the StackExchange and Unix & Linux site but ...
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Mounting USB drives on command line in Ubuntu

In Ubuntu, I can click a drive in Nautilus to mount that drive and I do not need to use sudo. Is there a command line alternative to this action? I know about the mount command, but is there a direct ...
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how to execute a script everytime any USB get mounted

I use a script that writes all mountpoints of my devices to a textfile using df. How can I execute my script everytime any device (especially USB) is mounted? script to execute: #!/bin/bash # save ...
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Monitor folders mounted via SSHFS

I want to monitor changes made a folder that is mounted via SSHFS. I have tried iwatch but it does not notify when a new file is created, below is the syntax I am using with iwatch: iwatch -e create ...
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Check if directory is a mount point

Using Python, I scan Unix mounted volumes for files, then add or purge the filenames in a database, based on their existence. I've just realised that if the volume being scanned is unmounted for some ...
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How can I check or fix broken hardware links? “mount: no such device”

I have a SunBlade1000 running SunOS5.8 and I have a usb cradle from StarTech.com attached to it with a 1TB and a 2TB HDD from Seagate. The 1TB mounted just fine and is currently being written to. The ...
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Unable to mount new created partition on virtual machine running CentOS

I have CentOS 6.6 (32-bit) running in VMware Workstation 10.0.3 build-1895310. I have just modified the Virtual Machine Settings, expanding the Hard Disk from 20 GB to 30 GB. I also created a new ...
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How can I get information about remote directories mounted through sshfs?

If I mount a directory from a remote server on my local machine using sshfs, how can I find out such details as: Whether any such mount is currently mounted; The user who mounted it; The remote and ...
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How to mount btrfs partition?

I've installed xbian distro on RPi. I want to edit the files in my SD card using my computer, Ubuntu 14.04. However, when I insert the SD card, the Ubuntu cannot mount the Xbian partition, and gives ...
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mount ecryptfs without sudo

I am using the following script to mount an ecryptfs directory (from How To Recover Synology encrypted folders in Linux). tty -echo read -p "Enter passphrase: " PASS; echo stty echo sudo mount -t ...
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Detect remote sshfs mounts on local machine

I would like to get back the question of this post. When a user in a remote client mounts a directory from a local server on his filesystem through sshfs, he is not visible in the server through who ...
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Copied Arch Linux partition broke original partition's mount point

I have an installation of Arch on an ext4 partition on a 250GB SSD. My intention was to copy the partition containing it to a different HD on my system, and resize the copy. So from a separate ...
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How to create separate usr partition during arch install?

How do I modify and add the hooks needed in mkinitcpio to have a separate usr partition? Also, am I mounting the other partitions correctly? http://imgur.com/Rxt6o1g Basically I'm using UEFI with ...
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CIFS: “permission denied” but (empty) file created?

System is a Linux Mint 17. From /etc/fstab: //fileserver/share /home/share cifs credentials=/etc/smb.credentials 0 0 Share exists and is successfully mounted (by the root process). Writing to the ...
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Mount directory onto root

I have a folder containing certain files. Is there a way to mount it onto /, so that the contents of a given directory appear in the corresponding locations in /? In my case, the directories contain ...
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Reshareing a Samba share

Thanks for looking at my question. I have 2 Networks on my firewall, 1 for the users and 1 for some servers. Now I have 1 server as sort of portal to some shares on other servers. the portal server ...
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Cant see harddrive folder in ftp client

I've mounted my hard drive to my Raspberry Pi using a tutorial. I mounted the drive in /media/movies. The problem is that when I connect my Raspberry Pi to an FTP client, I can only see the "home" and ...
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Debian, Apache, 403 Forbidden Errors and Encrypted Drives

I have set up Apache on my local Debian Jessie installation but can not get my VirtualHost to work. Accessing http://localhost works just fine and shows me the It works! page. But when trying to ...
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Unix NFS Mounts and Moving Files

Had a question on NFS mounts and how they interact with transferring files on a low level. I'm trying to understand the latency involved with transferring files from within the same mount. Say you ...
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Unable to mount a partition on an SSD over USB

I'm trying to mount a 120GB SSD connected externally via USB to the new server. The SSD is full of data and I can't format it. mount /dev/sdd1 /mnt/sdd1 mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad ...
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Bind a directory as me

Analogous for a regular user running a thin FTP server (where others can access the file system with his/her permissions), can a regular user (through fuse maybe) "mount" a directory for others to use ...
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How to mount a path into a kvm?

I have a Windows machine inside a kvm machine on a Linux system. I would like to mount /home/myuser/Documents into 'c:\Users\myuser\My Document'. How can I make the D: drive be an alias for the ext3 ...
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NFS: mount.nfs: Protocol not supported

I want to mount the NFS share of a Zyxel NSA310s NAS. Showmount, called on the client machine, shows the share: $ showmount 10.0.0.100 -e Export list for 10.0.0.100: /i-data/7fd943bf/nfs/zyxelNFS * ...