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

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How to add a dependency to a systemd.mount that is activated by /bin/mount?

I want systemd on mount /mnt/test to automatically call a program (in real life cryptsetup to unlock the underlying device, for testing here echo) before the file system is mounted and after it is ...
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How to undelete just deleted directory with “rm -R” command?

I deleted an important directory with rm -R command. This is an very populer host data. It was located /var/zpanel/hostdata/ayrintilih After remove ayrintilih directory has gone everything. I tried ...
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How to check if a partition is mounted as 'noexec'?

Currently, I'm using grep '\s/location/\s.*noexec' /proc/mounts. (Is that a right way of checking this?)
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ls on device without mounting it

Is it possible to run ls on a device without mounting it first? Something like this: # ls /dev/sda1
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How to remove a USB drive without worrying if its been unmounted?

Sometimes I unplug my usb drive only to find out files were not written to it. I suppose the only way to ensure files are written to it is to right click on the USB drive on the desktop and then ...
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AppArmor and bind-mounts

Can someone outline the semantics of AppArmor with respect to bind-mounted folders? As I understand after reading the documentation (1, 2, 3, 4) - yes, I am using Ubuntu 12.04 with the 3.8 kernel - ...
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How to get mount point of filesystem containing given file

I am looking for a quick way to find the mount point of the file system containing a given FILE. Is there anything simpler or more direct than my solution below? df -h FILE |tail -1 | awk -F% '{...
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How to remove a USB drive without worry if its been unmounted? [closed]

Sometimes I unplug my usb drive only to find out files were not written to it. I suppose the only way to ensure files are written to it is to right click on the USB drive on the desktop and then ...
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My HFS+ (hfsplus) partition won't mount with exec permissions

I'm dual-booting an old MacBook Pro with OS X 10.5 and Ubuntu Studio 13.04. I've partitioned my internal SATA drive as follows: /dev/sda1: LABEL="EFI" UUID="3F3C-1AF6" TYPE="vfat" (EFI Boot Partition)...
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Linux fails to mount Android device in USB MSC mode

I was referred here from android.stackexchange.com. I wish to mount my Sony Xperia ST21i (Android 4.0.4) under Linux (Debian) via USB. However, I get this error: # mount /dev/sdb /mnt mount: no ...
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Is it Possible to Boot a New OS While Currently Running?

Let's assume I'm running CentOS (actually, if this question only applies to certain distros, which ones?). I have another drive (that I can boot from - it's got everything installed) mounted into my ...
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Odd behavior with a gzip compressed file

I've got a very bizarre issue occurring with a Redhat system. We have a Gzip-compressed TAR file that contains hundreds of small text files with absolute paths. It's only 8 MB. We copy this file to a ...
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systemd - umount device after service which depends on it finishes

I'm trying to implement a mechanism of automated backup using udev rules and systemd. The idea is to launch a backup routine upon hot-plugging a specific storage device, quite similar to this question,...
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Zsh completion for mounts (/run/media/DISK-LABEL)?

I am looking or zsh functionality to expand disk-labels into mountpoins: Example: I have disk with label DISK-LABEL1 mounted on /run/media/god/DISK-LABEL1. Is there a plugin which expands input ...
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Enumerating\writing files in a specific directory hangs the command

I'm communicating with a machine remotely through ssh. This machine runs a custom-built Linux and it has very limited set of commands. At some point, a specific directory refuses files to be written ...
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Can't mount external USB driver - on Ubuntu 12.04

When I plug in external usb driver I saw next prompt: Error mounting: mount exited with exit code 1: helper failed with: Unprivileged user can not mount NTFS block devices using the external FUSE ...
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mount options for bindmount

Due to some complex requirements, I had to put the following two lines in /etc/fstab: /dev/xvdg1 /srv/storage ext4 $OPTIONS1 0 2 /srv/storage/dir /var/opt/dir none bind,$OPTIONS2 0 0 ...
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How to ensure File System is Mounted with ' atime ' enabled ?

Let's run mount /dev/mapper/VolGroup-lv_root on / type ext4 (rw) proc on /proc type proc (rw) sysfs on /sys type sysfs (rw) devpts on /dev/pts type devpts (rw,gid=5,mode=620) tmpfs on /dev/shm type ...
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Atime value changing only once after file creation

I've mounted disk with explicit given value - atime: mount -o mount -o atime /dev/disk1 /myDisk then I've created a file by touch file_A after this operation stat output looks like that: Access:...
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How can I access a shared folder from R on Ubuntu to a 2nd Ubuntu machine using Samba?

I have two machines running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS with Samba installed. I have access to myshared folder as expected. However, when setting in R the path smb://mymachine1/mysharedfolder to read a file it ...
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mount tmpfs preserve current permissions

I have a directory of a web application cache and this has the permissions 755 (default), and I configured setfacl additional permissions. the problem is that when I restart the system, the ...
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Ubuntu 13.04 does not recognize USB drive

Using Ubuntu 13.04 (with Gnome 3), my new USB stick (details see dmesg/lsusb) doesn't show up automatically. Situation: The drive does not show up at fdisk -l The drive does appear when running ...
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Mounting LVM2 volume gives me 'mount: you must specify the filesystem type'

I have a LVM2 Volume Group 'vgXEN' with a Logical Volume in it called 'test-disk'. This is the output of lvdisplay: --- Logical volume --- LV Path /dev/vgXEN/test-disk LV Name ...
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busybox initramfs loop mount

I'm trying to loop mount my root filesystem (a loop file) within a busybox initramfs. I try to run the command: mount /rootfs.raw /root ... which works on my Ubuntu laptop, however, I simply get ...
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Can fstab options uid and gid be the user-group name or must they be numeric?

I'm learning how to set up a tmpfs in fstab for my www-data user and I was wondering if I can use the actual user/group name instead if the numeric ids (personal preference)? I'm on Debian with ext4, ...
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Permission denied for user accessing mount

Using root I can mount another Linux share no problem. root@crunchbang:/mnt# mkdir javalib root@crunchbang:/mnt# mount -t cifs //10.1.3.7/javalib ./javalib -o username=guest Root can read/write to ...
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How can I override the kernel default options for mount?

I'm struggling with a program that creates a file system in a file and mounts it as a loopback device. The purpose of the program is to create a clone of the root file system and it thinks it's being ...
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What would happen if we mounted a file system that e2fsck is already running on?

It is generally a bad idea to e2fsck a file system while the file system is mounted (the man page mentions one specific situation where it is safe: -n given, and -c, -l or -L not given, and even then ...
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mount --no-canonicalize?

Neither man nor info page provide more information on this than: mount --no-canonicalize Don't canonicalize paths. The mount command canonicalizes all paths (from command line or fstab) ...
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understanding /dev/disk/by- folders

Question: What does /dev/disk/by-pathdescribe? And where is this documented? Going through the meaning of what is displayed in the folders /dev/disk/by- I've got that far, and I wonder is this ...
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How to access through terminal to a ntfs partition mounted?

Using Debian 7, I can access (and mount, indeed) to a ntfs partition of my hard drive.I do this by clicking on the 446 GB Filesystem shorcut in the "Files" applicacion which comes with Debian. How ...
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FreeBSD: Partition with Multiple Mount Points

On the latest FreeBSD installation, how can I make a partition have both /var/ and /tmp/ as a mount point? That is, one partition would contain /var/ and /tmp/. Is that even possible? I know of course ...
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Cannot modify files in my home directory

I have a laptop running Ubuntu Server 12.04 and suddenly, yesterday, I don't know what happened, but all the permissions changed of my home directory, so when ever I try to create a file, it says ...
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Mount a device as another user

Is there a command (on Debian Wheezy) that a testuser that belongs only to the group testuser can run (maybe he needs to be listed in sudoers first) in order to mount a USB stick as if he belonged to ...
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Mounted own filesystem instead of USB?

I am completely unfamiliar with how *nix handles partitions, but I needed to get a file off of my USB drive so I followed an online post that said you could mount a USB stick with: sudo mount -t auto ...
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Issues mounting a NTFS share on Centos 6.3

We have a web server running on Centos 6.3 and we intend to mount a shared Windows drive (Windows 2008) so that we can do our daily backups on to the shared drive. This is how I am mounting the drive ...
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Are there any security risks when mounting as root?

Are there any security related risks when mounting with root privileges compared to mounting with regular users? I have a script which does some ecryptfs mounting with non-root privileges (by design), ...
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Debian 6 and the old Pentium II

I have an old Pentium II with 300 Mhz computer just to run/test old DOS applications. It have two hard drives, a 2 GB for DOS and a 40 GB for Linux. First I installed Debian 6 with GRUB, but it failed ...
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aufs with lower writable branch

I'm trying to hide some directories on a mounted file system (it's not about security, just aesthetics). I've mounted the file system regularly on /mnt/data and wanted to use aufs to overlay a ...
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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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EBS Volumes Mounted On Wrong Directory After Reboot

I have three EBS RAID 10 volumes in my /etc/fstab on an Amazon AMI hosted with AWS/EC2... Everytime I reboot the instance, the volumes get mounted to the wrong mount points. Any ideas on how I can ...
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How to mount two windows shared folders in linux?

I'm using OpenSuse 12.2 x64. I have tried this in /etc/fstab: //192.168.6.80/shared/folder1 /mnt/folder1 cifs rw,user=guest,password=,uid=1000 0 0 //192.168.6.80/shared/folder2 /mnt/folder2 cifs rw,...
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Mounting by block address

Is it possible to do a partial mount in Linux? Lets say that you have 1 partition or one device file that contains 50 blocks. You want to write one file system to blocks 0-24, and something else in 25-...
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Setting up a RAID 1 in Funtoo [closed]

In short Following the guide How to Set Up a RAID 1 Under GNU/Linux, I have setup a RAID 1. Checking the RAID Array for validity in various ways, appeared to be normal. However, after rebooting the ...
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Mount harddrive under different name?

When I plug a external HDD into my Rasberry Pi (running Raspbian) it automatically mounts as /media/2ad496774-3eb8-47bb-2bf5e-788f8eb89e54 where folder underneath it are then accessible by going ...
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Permission denied when Ubuntu is attempting to mount to a remote Windows share folder

Fellow guys, I encountered the error when I's mounting my Ubuntu server to a remote Windows share folder, the following is the error on terminal after I typed command line 'mount -a': mount error(13)...
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how to find the type of img file and mount it

I have to mount a .img file but I don't know what type of .img it is. How can I figure out what type of .img file it is? # mount -t auto -o ro,loop gmapsupp.img /mnt/iso/ mount: you must specify the ...
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Linux: clnt_create: RPC: Program not registered

NFS mounts recently automatically got un-mounted. When I checked, the NFS service status it was shown to be running. [root@hsluasrepo]# service nfs status rpc.svcgssd is stopped rpc.mountd (pid 4083) ...
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Lightweight userspace sandboxing of filesystem

I would like to trick a non-malicious process to think that it is writing to directory $HOME/abc/def/ while it writes in fact to $HOME/xyz/def (the former path is hardcoded and it does not work for my ...
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What caused this ext3 filesystem / mounting problem?

((K)Ubuntu 12.04, kernel 3.2.0-38-generic, fstype ext3) I recently came across the 'great idea' of using hibernation to save state in my main OS, while I boot another OS. I've done this without ...