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

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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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Can't mount remote file system with sshfs [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to apply changes of newly added user groups without needing to reboot? I have posted this question in linux mint users forum about some hours ago. I'm trying to ...
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Modify list of devices mounted at boot on Linux

Where do you configure or what command do I use to mount device at boot? Is it in the file /etc/fstab ?
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Mounting ufs partition with read/write permissions on ubuntu 10.04

According to this writeup ufs kernel module is compiled with only read permissions. I could mount a ufs partition with this command: sudo mount -t ufs -r -o ufstype=ufs2 /dev/mapper/loop0p1 ...
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Mouting a kvm qemu disk image with multiple partitions

I am trying to mount a KVM-qemu disk image with this command: sudo mount -o loop,offset=32256 centos6.img /mnt/centos6. But it shows this error: you must specify filesystem type. As I have more ...
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What do first column in /proc/mounts really mean in Linux?

Run cat /proc/mounts and I get this (simplified): rootfs / rootfs rw 0 0 proc /proc proc rw,relatime 0 0 /dev/sda1 / ext3 rw,relatime,errors=continue,barrier=1,data=ordered 0 0 io /etc/blkio cgroup ...
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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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List mount points owner and group [closed]

I'm running HPUX 11.x and I was wondering if there's a command that would list all the mount point owner and group. I want a listing like df or bdf but with ownership information.
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Faster alternative to ArchiveMount?

At the moment I am using ArchiveMount to mount a 123,000 kb archive that contains more then 3 million files inside. So far it has been mounting for 5+ hours and still isn't finished. Is there a ...
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Mount NTFS Partition on Startup in Ubuntu

I have a 10 gigabyte partition which I use for files which I share between my Windows installation and my Oneiric Ocelet (Ubuntu) installation. My Eclipse workspaces exist on this partition. Eclipse ...
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Mount a Rackspace drive in Linux

Is there any software that will allow me to mount a Rackspace drive in linux? I want to copy SQL files from my database onto my Rackspace. I have web min running a backup nightly and copying those ...
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Allowed and safe characters for ZFS filesystem in FreeBSD

Which characters are allowed and safe for ZFS file system name? Are this characters only ASCII or UTF-8 is supported? '@' is not allowed because it is reserved for snapshots. PS: I play with FreeBSD ...
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How to reattach USB thing after safely ejecting?

So, you just ejected your SD card with the 'safely eject' option (in my case in palimpsest GUI). Then you proceed with your deeds that required the device out of the computer, and are ready to insert ...
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Mount a Windows network drive

I want to mount a netword drive on the server (SBS2008). I have two options: Either using a fedora which already mounts on a CentOS server or directly on the CentOS server. Here is the command I tried ...
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Mount and automount and security problems

Are there any security problems related with (auto)mounting device?
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pmount - omit rules in fstab

How use pmount that it omit fstab rules? For example # fstab: /dev/sr0 /media/cdrom ... (etc.) # in terminal pmount /dev/sr0 /media/xxx # it will omit /media/xxx mount point and it will mount in ...
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mount ramfs as user

My fstab entry: none /home/jreinhart/ramdisk ramfs defaults,user 0 0 The directory before mounting: drwxrwxr-x 2 jreinhart jreinhart 4096 Oct 17 11:31 ramdisk The directory after ...
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Running a command when a CD/DVD/BD inserted

This seems like a simple question to me, but after two nights of searching and tinkering, I haven't been able to find anything promising. I am running a headless Ubuntu server. I want to be able to ...
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Script to check for read only filesystem

How can I check a bunch of systems to find any filesystem that are mounted read-only? Possibly via a script?
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Mount permissions always blocked

How do I authorise my non-root user to manually mount/unmount ALL media on my desktop. I always get denied permission. Media refers to all mountable USB devices and other partitions on my HDD as ...
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How can I determine the fs type of my current working directory?

I need a platform-independent and lightweight way of detecting the mount type of my CWD. Specifically, I need to determine if my CWD is in an SSHFS, NFS, CIFS, SMB, or local block store mount. I need ...
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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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Solaris - get a list of the commands run at startup/boot?

Is there any way of seeing a list of commands that were run at startup/boot on Solaris? I know there is a network drive being mounted at startup but I wanted to see the exact 'mount ...' command ...
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Why is 'df' hanging?

I have recently been having problems running df, where it just hangs. Here's strace output, and in it, you'll see that I killed since it was just sitting there: $ strace /bin/df execve("/bin/df", ...
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How to get my USB key to auto mount

I'm currently working in a command line only environment. When I plug my USB key in, I see a new device file in /dev: ... sdi sdi1 ... If I simply sudo mount /dev/sdi1 /media/tmp, and umount it ...
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Does mount always require root privileges?

I was under the impression that any sort of call to mount requires root privileges. But recently I was told "You should instead create appropriate entries in /etc/fstab so that the filesystems can be ...
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How do you protect a plain text credentials file with the username and password?

I am trying to setup an auto-mounting network drive. The network drive requires a user/pass. In the man page for "mount.cifs" there are two ways to provide the user/pass. [not recommended] put the ...
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NFS mount to a subdirectory of already mounted directory

We have a strange scenario (AIX 5.3) - There is a directory /mnt to which an NFS share from windows server1 is mounted Then there is another directory /mnt/subdir1 to which NFS share from windows ...
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Is it possible to run a webdav fuse client with no root access?

I have seen examples showing how to use davfs2 under linux, but each has involved one of these things: Running mount as root Adding an entry to /etc/fstab Running mount.davfs setuid, which, alas, ...
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umount - device is busy

Sometimes when I want to umount a device, e.g. sudo umount /dev/loop0 I will get the message umount: /mnt: device is busy. (In some cases useful info about processes that use the ...
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Permission denied (even as root) on a mounted ISO image with Furius ISO Mount

I mounted a ISO image with Furius ISO Mount. I cd to the mounted directory and tried to copy a file with sudo cp file /dir but cp writes error message cp: cannot stat `file': Permission denied ...
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advantages and disadvantages of manually un/mounting drives.

What are the advantages or disadvantages of manually un/mounting internal drives? I've never really bothered un-mounting internal HDDs after mounting them the first time around but would like to know ...
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Mount points in a chroot

I have some device (say /dev/sda1) mounted at /home/user1. I also have a full Linux system under /tmp/chroot, and the directory /tmp/chroot/home contains only one directory named user2. If I chroot ...
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How to mount a device in Linux?

I read some resources about the mount command for mounting devices on Linux, but none of them is clear enough (at least for me). On the whole this what most guides state: $ mount (lists all ...
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How to create a read-only snapshot in btrfs?

As far as I understand, the snapshots made by btrfs subvolume snapshot are writable by default and are visible at a certain path under the mountpoint of your btrfs volume. How to setup the system so ...
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Can't see files on my cell phone

I have Samsung Galaxy S2 as my cell phone and Debian Squeeze as my desktop. When I connect them using USB, Debian recognize it and allows to open it with file manager. Problem: it displays only ...
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Most “effective” archive to convert to

If you are like me, you have tons of archives lying around in different formats (zip, tar, rar, tgz, tar.bz2 etc). In cleaning up my stuff, I have decided to basically leave my archives alone ( and ...
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Unable to mount NTFS partition from user account

I'm trying to mount a Windows ntfs partition on openSuse 11.4. When I mount it using the root account (either directly or via sudo) it mounts without problems. But when I try mounting it without any ...
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List only bind mounts

Rather than using mount | grep, I'd like to use mount -l -t bind, but that doesn't work, and -t none shows all mounts.
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mounting volume protected against user access

I need to mount a directory in a way that prevents user accessing it. However I need to have access to all attributes (including permission) from root. Is following method safe or is there a way ...
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When was `relatime` made the default?

What is the first Linux kernel release to set relatime as the default mount option?
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Unable to mount a second hard drive in Ubuntu Server

I am adding a second drive to my Ubuntu Server. It was previously in a FreeNas system, but I got rid of the XFS partition and created an ext4 partition (in an older Ubuntu system). I then backed up ...
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Keep local copy of nfs mount on computer

I mount all my home directories and what ever else on my laptop when it is on my home network. I was wondering if there is a way to keep a local copy of the nfs mount when my laptop is off the ...
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How to read NTFS drives in Linux (RHEL 6)?

My system is on dual boot. I have installed both RHEL 6 and win7 in it. I use RHEL mostly and I want to use my windows' NTFS drive in RHEL. How can I do it? Tell me the procedure.
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ext4 overrides my commit=100 mount option with commit=0

Here is the relevant line from my /etc/fstab file: UUID=f51aa298-9ce4-4a19-a323-10df333f34f5 / ext4 data=writeback,noatime,barrier=0,errors=remount-ro,commit=100,nobh,nouser_xattr ...
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Fedora, Android phone mounting?

I am using Fedora 15 and I just plugged in my Samsung Vibrant Android phone, but my phone does not even give me the option to mount over USB like usual. It still charges though. Is there some ...
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How to check if /proc/ is mounted

How can I check if /proc/ is mounted? Using /etc/mtab is discouraged as it might be inconsistent. Using /proc/mounts is also not an option as might not exist if /proc/ is not mounted (although ...
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EXT4-fs (sdc): VFS: Can't find ext4 filesystem

In short, this is where I found the best answers to my problem with my disks: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DataRecovery During Fedora 15 installation, I added all my 3 drives to be mounted on ...
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how to chown mounted device?

When I plug in my external hard-drive when running KDE, it prompts me to mount the device (by clicking an icon, no sudo involved), and once I've done that I am the owner of the files. This is great. ...
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Do the file descriptors get lost when remounting a file system?

If I remount the file system on /home with: mount -o,remount /home will the open file descriptors be lost?