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

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How do I prevent Ubuntu from writing ANYTHING to an external harddrive?

There are two reasons you would want to prevent Linux from writing anything to an external harddrive or USB drive when you plug it in: To recover accidentally deleted files from now "empty" part of ...
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encrypted btrfs RAID1 array fails to mount at boot - open_ctree_failed

I have an encrypted btrfs RAID1 array set up as my /home directory on a fresh install of Linux Mint 17.1. At the Plymouth screen during boot, I enter my password for the two drives, and then receive ...
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Storing documents and backups on several different drives

Currently I have Ubuntu installed on a 120GB SSD. However I also have 3 more hard drives installed on the computer, 2 x 640GB in aRAID array and a 60GB SSD. What I am trying to achieve is to use the ...
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Is it possible to mount a file with different ownership/permissions?

I have been experimenting with privilege escalation using the mount command and would like to know if it is possible to create a suid file owned by root without having access to any external device. ...
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NFS File Mounting error in centOS

I'm trying to mount server filesystem using NFS in centos. But I'm getting Connection timed out error. Below are the steps I followed. At server side: [centos@ip-172-31-46-199 landingzone]$ sudo vi ...
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mount nas to local folder as non root user

It seems that gvfs would do what I want, but I don't seem to be using it correctly. Let me give a concrete example, I am on a machine as user foo, and user foo has sudo rights. Then I can do the ...
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Concatenate two files to loop-mount the filesystem inside them

I have two files diskimage.part1 and diskimage.part2 on an external slow (USB 2) hard drive and I need to do the equivalent of cat diskimage.part{1,2} > diskimage mount -o ro,loop diskimage ...
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How to mount sdb directly or using LVM partitions on sda?

I am new to LVM and VM yet, and I need to be able to access sdb like /mybackup/ 1 - should I have sdb1 created then mount? 2 - should I mount sdb as whole disk without LVM? 3 - create lvm and than ...
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How to manually set the dirty bit on a FAT32 partition

For some debugging purposes, I'd like to be able to manually set the dirty bit of a FAT32 partition to true. I found tons of information on how to use fsck.vfat to remove the dirty bit, but none on ...
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Raspberry Pi mount Samba Network Share

I tried for at least 3 hours to mount my Network Share to my Pi... I searched on many posts and tried so many things. But nothing worked... I want to mount my Share over the /etc/fstab file so I ...
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What is in /dev /proc and /sys

After mount there are listed some filesystems. I need to know what's in the /dev, /proc and /sys. Some examples would be great!
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User specific fstab for fusermount

I wonder if there is something like "user specific /etc/fstab" for fusermount? ~/.fstab, ~/.config/fstab, something the like, which would work in cooperation with FUSE. I used sshfs foo.bar: ...
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Why is “nodev” in /etc/fstab so important? How can character devices be used for hacking?

I am learning about linux security and struggling to understand why a USB stick with a character device on it is potentially dangerous. If I have a USB stick with a bash executable that has setuid ...
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Mounting LUKS from the command line

When in nautilus or caja I click on the icon of an encrypted disk and enter my password, the underlying block device gets mapped to /dev/mapper/luks-$UUID and it gets mounted at/media/$USER/$DISK, no ...
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Why does my SD card need authentication to access?

I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 on a Toshiba Chromebook 2 via crouton. I recently reformatted a 256GB SD card that I keep in my chromebook at all times. My problem is that every time I try to access my SD ...
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M17: Trying to mount Windows 10 .iso onto partition via terminal, getting “block device ? is write-protected, mounting read-only”. Can I get a help?"

I have Linux Mint 17.1 and am trying to dual boot Windows 10 Technical Preview OR install it on my other hard drive. Extra easy damage-control for you guys- I do not care if I lose any data, as long ...
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Why do I have to insert USB storage twice to mount it?

Often, I insert my USB storage into my computer and it will not mount. I can see the USB drive recognised in KDE's panel, but it will not be mounted. I can click on the "mount" button in the panel, ...
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No diskspace on AWS Image?

we are currently testing AWS, therefore I created an EC2 instance using a bitnami-magento image. The AWS intance has 10gb of space attached to it. Now all of a sudden, I am out of diskspace and I have ...
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Mount my mtp in my android phone on a directory?

I have installed mtp-tools on my debian7.8. mtp-files can list all my files on android phone. How can I mount all my files on android phone on the directory /tmp/myphone? root@debian:/home/debian# ...
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How to mount multiple folders which share the same path pattern?

I have multiple folders that share the same path pattern which I would like to mount them all with a single command if possible. The command I tried is: sudo mount --bind /var/my/vendor ...
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How can I mount this .img file and browse its contents?

I am interested in mounting a firmware image and browsing its contents. I attempted this with the mount command but received some errors ("you must specify filesystem type"). However I think there may ...
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Two *different* mountpoints having the *same* absolute path (bind-mount problem)

Scenario a NFS share is mounted on /mnt/temp/dir (and other shares are mounted in subdirectories), I umount everything there but supposedly, it doesn't work well (maybe I start with umount ...
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Can I mount a share and enable the user_xattr mount option?

I have a ext4 drive that is mounted using defaults mount options. It is a RedHat Enterprise Linux version 6.5, 64 bits. I can call lsattr on any file on that server. I need to share that drive with 3 ...
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Mount a windows share without having root credentials

I am trying to mount a Windows shared folder in my home folder. I am able to execute the following command from a Linux (i.e., CentOS) machine which I have sudo access. The command that I am using ...
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Mounting smb shares on OS X accessible with Microsoft account

I have a Windows machine which shares a particular directory and only an owner of this directory is able to access it over the network. Owner account is linked to Microsoft account. I am trying to ...
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how to give read, write and execute permission to other user to access mounted shared directory

I set up nfs server and client on two different servers. On nfs server I create a shared directory. /home/share On nfs client I created mounted point /home/nfs_local now everything is working ...
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FreeBSD can't mount fdesc?

I recently had a bad UPS lead to a sudden crash of several machines. One of them (running FreeBSD) didn't come back up until I replaced the power supply, but it's still not fully back. Both the BIOS ...
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Can ENCFS container be mounted from live disk?

I have a problem with my Linux Mint installation. So I'm thinking of backing up my files from a Linux Mint 17 live disk (which I'm using right now to post this). I'd like to back up my encfs ...
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Temporarily mounted filesystems suddenly unmount

On a CentOS 7 machine, I've had several instances recently where filesystems mounted manually (not using an entry in fstab) suddenly get unmounted. This always occurs when I/O is occurring on the ...
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mount mdadm disk without partition table

I've a debian installation and during the installation I had made 3 mdadm raid disk: swap, root and home. I had done it with partman and it had made the mdadm disk without partition table. Now I want ...
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Debian can't mount partition or external hd

I have recently installed a copy of Debian 7/Gnome in a partition along with Windows 7. Even though I am the sole user of this computer, during the installation two accounts have been created: a ...
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Why won't fstab remount my Samba drives at boot?

I have a couple of lines in my /etc/fstab file: //qnas01/mediaA /media/A cifs credentials=/root/.smbcredentials,iocharset=utf8,uid=1000,gid=1000,sec=ntlm 0 0 //qnas01/mediaB /media/B cifs ...
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How do you use mount point in linux

I have seen a lot of stuff on how to get the mount point of a disk drive, such as a usb. Okay so the thing was that I wanted to copy all the folders in my usb to another folder automatically after the ...
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Can't mount network drive - Permission denied

I'm running raspbian on an RPi2B and I'm trying to mount a network drive. I've tried the following: sudo mount -t cifs -o username=admin,password=passwd //192.168.1.1/root /mnt/myshare But I keep ...
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Write access on mounting a Windows network share

I installed cifs-utils, and can mount the remote drive using the command sudo mount.cifs //DRIVE ~/homedir/ -o user=user,pass=pass,sec=ntlmssp However, the user account cannot write to the mounted ...
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usbmount mounted lots of USBs when I only have 2

So I installed usbmount on my raspberry pi and it mounted: usb0, usb1, usb2, usb3, ... usb7, but I only have 2 pen drives connected. The other 2 USB ports are being used to a wireless receptor and a ...
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“ls -lh” directories reported size : Linux vs CIFS mounted drives

From a Linux box, I recently mounted a Windows share using CIFS. The intent was to "locally" use rsync to backup my Windows machine. The command line used to mount the Windows drive is something ...
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Apache not reading changes to PHP files

I'm developing on a CentOS6 server with Apache and PHP. When I make a change to a PHP file (and save) it appears that apache is not reading the changed file - it's still processing my old .php file. ...
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How to get a Seagate 2 TB USB drive automounted?

I got a Seagate Backup Plus 2 TB sometime back. I tried getting it to be auto-mounted and read by Nautilus.caja or any other file-browser. The external HDD is ntfs and I have installed ntfs-3g. I have ...
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Nand Flash; MTD; UBI; Total Space

My question should stem from my misunderstanding of ubi and MTD. However, I can't figure it out by googling (And didn't find a good tutorial). I simply want to find out the total capacity of my Nand ...
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Mounting a Partition & recovery

To keep the story short, i am taking the easy way out and now trying to mount a partition to recover a few text documents. I tried to 'sudo mount -t ext4 /dev/sda4 /mnt' but received this error sudo ...
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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 ...
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Mount.nfs is using a serial port

I export a folder to remote hosts by configuring the /etc/export file this way in the NFS server: /remoteFolder 172.22.0.0/255.255.0.0(ro,no_root_squash,sync,insecure) and start the NFS daemon with ...
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Why do I need to mount a USB flash drive if it's already in my Raspibian

I have been reading tutorials on how to configure transimission to save my downloads in USB flash drive. When I go to /media in my file manager I can see my USB flash drive and access its files. This ...
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Unable to boot into Mint with message “s” to skip mounting

I replaced windows on a new think pad with mint 17.1. Left it running all weekend, and just restarted only to get the "s" to skip mounting message. I googled and googled, yet nothing explains why I ...
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How to mount a Google Drive directory locally?

I want to store backups to my Google Drive account. I want to mount Google drive so that I can copy folders in there and it gets saved in my Google drive. I have read this, but since I don't have ...
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How to re-mount home partition?

My home partition went read-only. I believe this was after trying to access a file that was damaged. I am trying to re-mount it as write with mount -o remount,rw /. But get the message: sudo: unable ...
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How to mount a disk encrypted with cryptsetup(crypto_LUKS) in Ubuntu 14.04?

I have a 4TB Disk formatted as NTFS and some data has been written into it. I then tried to encrypt it and mapped it to /dev/mapper/volume_sde1 like this: $ lsblk -io ...
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How do I automatically bind mount on boot in a non-root encrypted home directory?

I want to bind mount a directory within my home when I log on. The line in fstab would be /foo/bar /home/me/wherever none bind 0 0 The trouble is my home directory is encrypted, so it has to happen ...
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Lost Win7 boot after installing UBUNTU Vivid

I have a dual boot system (Win7 for my company) and (UBUNTU 14.10) .. My company is using Encryption for the image of Win7. After Win7 installation i installed UBUNTU 14.10 and i was able to boot ...