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

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How to trigger mount/umount before/after hibernation?

How to trigger mount/umount before/after hibernation? I use s2disk. Note: Debian
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How can I create an encrypted, file-system–agnostic, mountable volume?

At work, we have an iMac (running OS X) that shares a partitioned hard drive over the network. I'd like to back up to my partition from my Linux machine. I've attempted connecting via cifs, then ...
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How to mount multiple partitions

Is there a way to mount multiple partitions, or even all partitions, of a disk with a single command in Linux? Is there, perhaps, an option that the mount command accepts that would facilitate this? ...
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Does `shutdown -P now` safely unmount a USB drive mounted to `/dev/sdb1`?

I typically unmount my USB drive (using umount) from /dev/sdb1 before I shutdown my computer but if I shut it down using shutdown -P now and then restart it, the drive is no longer mounted. Is this ...
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Mounting an old floppy image file (.ima format) - how hard can it be?

I'm trying to mount and access a floppy image file in the .ima format (raw dump to floppy, similar to .img) on ArchLinux. This file is part of a set of 30. It is not bootable, but rather a ...
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Problem with mount namespaces under Fedora

I've run into an odd problem regarding mount namespaces on Linux. I have two systems, both X86_64 running kernel 3.2.3-2 under Fedora 16. I am attempting to mount a tmpfs filesystem in a child ...
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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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mount info for current directory

I can do df . to get some of the info on the mount that the current directory is in, and I can get all the info I want from mount, but get to much info. I can grep it down, but am wondering if there ...
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A process, run as root, when performing mount, is mounting for `self`, how to make the mount global?

I'm mounting a share from within process'es context. That, ultimately, mounts the object on a per-process namespace basis, rendering it invisible for the rest of the system. The problem is partially ...
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sshfs - can't unmount the point

I mounted a folder on a remote machine using sshfs, but didn't specify -o allow_other flag thus can't access the mounted directory. When I try to mount over with -o allow_other option sshfs gives me ...
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Option “user” work for mount, not for umount

I am experimenting mounting options for a program I am writing. I am running Linux Mageia 2. I added the following line to /etc/fstab /dev/sr0 /mem auto user,noauto, 0 0 and I removed all other ...
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filesystem image mounted with lofiadm looks smaller than expected

I have a .gz file and I'd like to see the content of it. I used lofiadm to mount it. lofiadm /backup/file.gz ->> returned /dev/lofi/1 mount -F ufs /dev/lofi/1 /mnt Then I checked the content ...
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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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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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How to have correct permissions of files from usb disks?

Does anyone have the following problem? I have an Ubuntu box at work and also one at home. I always copy folders/files to/from an usb disk to/from my boxes. I have to change permissions of ...
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warning: Filesystem seems to be mounted read-only

I have an old SGI indigo with an EFS file system (Extent File System ), and the password needs to be reset. I can mount the hard drive, but read-only. I need write permissions. # mount --rw -t efs ...
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listing directories under / that are not in the same mountpoint

If i have 8 directories under / , with 5 directories on different mountpoints then / /dev/md/dsk/d0 49G 32G 17G 66% / /dev/md/dsk/d65 76G 77M 75G 1% /u03 ...
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How does one permissibly access files on non-booted system's user's home folder?

I have a dual boot system with Mint 17.1 and Centos 6.6 I want to access a file in my CentOS user's home directory from Mint. (I cannot boot CentOS right now.) What is a clean/standard method for ...
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How to Mount a Drive with Right Filesystem?

I am trying to mount the device /dev/xvdc on my CentOS system. When I run an fdisk command I get: Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System /dev/xvda1 * 1 33 ...
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remount chrooted read-only subdirectory (non-mountpoint) to read-write from within jail?

I'm trying to do the same of this question (multiple linux installation on same filesystem) but I get this result (root filesystem mounted as read-only) . I'm using debian/sid, have successfully ...
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/home is Read Only after coming out of screensaver (intermittent)

I am using Linux Mint 13 (Maya) and I have my "/home" partition formatted as ext4 and mounted at "dev/sdc1". Occasionally I have a strange problem coming up that looks a lot like this bug that I ...
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Unable to mount /home/ partition after reinstalling grub after reinstalling windows 7

I've reinstall windows 7 on it's asignated partition and, as usually, it override the MBR with it's own stuff and, thus, it was not possible to boot to my ubuntu 12.04 partition. I followed the step ...
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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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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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Automatically run command before umounting a filesystem

I want to execute a command automatically shortly before a filesystem is unmounted. The command still needs the filesystem to be mounted but I am interested in information as "new" as possible. ...
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How to check a particular directory is mounted?

How to check a particular directory is mounted on the Linux machine. For instance there is a folder named test, I want to check if it is mounted or not.
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Mounting a device without read permissions

It is possible mount a flash drive without read permission?
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Is a bad NFS mount preventing a clean boot?

I'm on Ubuntu server 11.10 (x86) and I basically ran into this problem as this: http://serverfault.com/questions/56588/unmount-a-nfs-mount-where-the-nfs-server-has-disappeared The umount command ...
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Is it possbile to mount Windows filesystems without using the root account?

As we all know, the intervention of root is necessary to mount a filesystem on Linux. But is it possible to do this without access to the root account? Because I don't know the password of root.
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How to set default auto mount options for removable media?

I have quite a bit of removable media (flash drives, external hard drives, etc) that I want to adjust auto mount options for. How does one do this? Is there something similar to /etc/fstab?
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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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How to mount samba rw because everything fails

I'm trying to mount windows share on my laptop and everything mounts ok but somehow I get permission denied when I try to create new file inside mounted folder. I tried noperm, uid, gid, noacl etc. ...
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fstab not mounting VirtualBox shared folder?

I have a virtual machine here which I use for development, so as not to mess anything up in my existing environment. I've made a share named "web" available to the guest OS (Ubuntu 12.10 Server) ...
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Unable to mount usb drive, but computer sees that it's there.. PNY (MIPS Lemote)

The computer being used is a Lemote Yeeloong, and the OS is currently Debian Wheezy (mipsel) with no X windows system. So the computer can only be operated with unix commands right now (until I ...
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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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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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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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Unable to mount Volume Group [closed]

2 drives connected externally to a new server both are merged using LVM as one drive. vgscan Reading all physical volumes. This may take a while... Found volume group "vol_grp1" using metadata type ...
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What happened to the old files if we mount a drive to the directory? [duplicate]

mkdir /home then we mount something on /home. Say /home already contains files. What happen to the old files after a new drive is mounted to that directory?
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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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Win7 file sharing VM latency

I am using mount/umount commands with a Win VM on a KVM Linux host. I have a script that continuously loops: sleep 1 sec mount read guest file unmount When I change a Win7 file (say, a text file ...