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

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Mount an ntfs partition two times

I want to mount an ntfs partition on two different mount-points on my Debian. I have already done this with other file systems like vfat or ext4, but I am not able to do it with ntfs: mkdir -p ...
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sshfs: permission denied when trying to access specific folder

I can access to my specific folder like this: ssh -YX xxx@xxxxxx.xxx.xxxx.xx cd ../the/folder/I/want or with an absolute path ssh -YX xxx@xxxxxx.xxx.xxxx.xx cd ...
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Mount HTTP directory on Raspbian?

Is there a way to mount an HTTP resource in Raspbian (default Raspberry Pi OS)? I have an HTTP server hosting music, and I would like to be able to have read-only filesystem access to that music on ...
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how to upload files to the second hdd of my linux root server

I knew this is a quite simple question, but I'm new in using a quite big server with two 4TB HDDs and I want to learn a lot about it. I've got a php script that runs as a cron. The script calls a ...
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LXC mount CIFS => permision denied

I'm trying to mount a shared folder /disk from local network with cifs to folder test, but I get permission denied. I can ping 192.168.1.x. So what's the problem with LXC?
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sshfs mounts share in read-only mode

I need to mount a share using sshfs. When I mount it using sshfs directly, i.e. # sshfs martin@192.168.1.10:/home/data/ -o allow_other /mnt/data/ or # sshfs martin@192.168.1.10:/home/data/ -o ...
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UnionFS with filtering to determine default save location

I'm wanting to set up a UnionFS mount which will save all files/directories matching a certain regexp (or similar pattern-matching system) to one location and all other files/directories to another ...
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How to mount a logical volume?

I would like to mount /dev/sda2. How am I supposed to do that? I have tried this, I'm not sure about the result, df still does not show the free space. mount -v -o ro /dev/sda2 /data mount: unknown ...
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Creating and mounting a RAM disk at computer startup

This is how I create RAM disk manually on Linux Debian Jessie: mount -o size=1G -t tmpfs none /mnt/tmpfs The question is how do I make this automatic at each computer startup? I have never created ...
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mount error(6): No such device or address

I'm trying to mount my NAS server to my raspberry pi server, but without any luck. Mounting a NAS is pretty new to me. my fstab: //10.0.0.15/volume1/pie /home/nas/ cifs ...
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How to specify owner and permissions for an NFS mount?

I have an NFS mount in fstab: 10.0.12.10:/share1 /net/share1 nfs rw 0 0 which defaults to root as owner and group and 777 permissions. How do I specify another owner and different ...
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How can I edit a squashfs image directly without extracting and re-packing?

I have a squashfs image file that I copied from a bootable iso file. When mounting the file, it always mounts it read-only. Is it possible to directly edit the content without extracting the squashfs ...
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Airtel 4G dongle mounting

I am using a HUAWEI mobile broadband LTE USB stick model E3272. Whenever I insert it, it displays an error message like: Error mounting /dev/sr1 at /media/bhuvan/airtel: Command-line `mount -t ...
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How run Linux application from a mounted Windows disk?

I have dual-boot operating system, Ubuntu and Windows 7. The problem is I can't install some Linux application on my Linux because considering the disk space. I always regret to myself why I allocated ...
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Input/Output Error when rm/mkdir

So I goofed when using sshfs and the folder I was using as a mountpoint for the server has been borked. The server wasn't unmounted correctly (I think due to a network drop out). consequently, when I ...
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Can't mount my NTFS partition on Windows or Linux

During my formatting, I did some move on my partitions, and the one with all my data to keep can't be mount any more (/dev/sdc1). On Windows 8.1 I got a "You need to format this partition" message. ...
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Why does df on a specific mount iterate over all mounts?

When running df /nfs/mount/point, I expect that it will be faster than df | grep /nfs/mount/point, because it will not stat all other mount points. But strace shows that stat is executed all NFS ...
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Mounting a network volume once Wifi is set up

I have some shared folders in my network that I would like to have mounted in my Raspberry Pi 2 once it boots. I have edited my /etc/fstab and if I manually run mount -a, I manage to have access to ...
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What link should i use for home- & owncloud-data?

the plan is to built a debian-based sever with owncloud for syncing addressbooks, calendars, files etc. and also access large video-files in the LAN via webdav from some kodi-clients (maybe also use ...
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Cloning and remounting sd card

I have a micro sd card that contains these partitions: Disk /dev/sdb: 29,7 GiB, 31914983424 bytes, 62333952 sectors Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / ...
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Mounting a shared drive on CentOS

I am trying to mount a shared drive on my CentOS PC. However, when I run gvfs-mount smb://the.server.address/path_on_server I get the error Error mounting location: Failed to mount Windows share: ...
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Is the mounting point of a file system not a hard link?

Correct me if I am wrong: A hard link can't link to a file on a different filesystem, because the hard link's entry in the hardlink's parent directory can't point to an inode in a different filesystem ...
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Two folders sharing the same volume. What does this mean?

I am trying to understand mount points and shared volumes in a system. What does the following mean? Could you give links to understanding this if possible? 1d% pwd /company/apps/run/prod 1d% df -h ...
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how to mount a filesystem without a mount point

In Ubuntu 14.04.3 inserting my SD card causes it to be automounted to a mount point that does not exist. How can I do this? /dev/mmcblk0p1 30780420 2269796 28510624 8% ...
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NFS umount fails to find directory in /proc/mounts

When mounting an NFS share manually using mount and a path of the form <domain/ip>:<path>/<path> or <domain/ip>:/<path>/<path>, umount fails to find the path in ...
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Unable to mount secondary HDD on CentOS 6.7 (Must specify file system?)

I have a secondary HDD that worked fine in Ubuntu 13.04. I had mounted in to /media/user/<some UUID>/. I could read and write files without problem. My Ubuntu installation was on a primary SSD. ...
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How to automatically mount Android device sd card in Linux mint

Debian 8 iso hybrid is mounting android device (lenovo k3note) sd card automatically. But Linux mint 17.2 doesn't do so. How to mount Android device sd card automatically in Linux mint?
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Is there an equivalent of mount -a for cryptsetup?

mount -a will ensure everything in /etc/fstab is mounted (except for noauto entries). Is there an equivalent for cryptsetup, which will unlock everything in /etc/crypttab?
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Moved /var/log to a new logical volume now data is missing

I have a RHEL server that has /var mounted inside an LVG on its on dedicated LV. Per RH Security Advisory CCE-26215-4 I needed to migrate /var/log to its own dedicated partition. So I shrunk /opt to ...
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how do I remount r/w /lib/modules in android

I keep having trouble with this; I thought I found a workaround but I was wrong. I need to be able to remove an existing file from /lib/modules directory of my phone and replace it with another file ...
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Give non root user permission to mount NTFS partition

When an external storage device like a flash drive is plugged in, it gets automatically mounted without any root authentication by nautilus. But why does mounting NTFS partitions within the same ...
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How do you access the contents of a previous mount after switching to a different the partition?

I installed an additional Linux installation into a separate partition set the /home directory into that partition as well and afterwards I modified /etc/fstab to point to the old partition. How can ...
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NTFS Partition Not Mounting Properly, Cannot Execute Despite Ownership

I'm trying to execute a script located on an NTFS partition that I own. I own the mount point, which is ~/Migration. ls -l in the directory where the mount point is contained shows me drwxrwxrwx ...
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LVM Mount Rescue Mode

I am having trouble mounting a LVM to extract a Proxmox virtual machines data. Any ideas on how I can mount it? root@rescue:~# mount /dev/sdd /mnt/ mount: block device /dev/sdd is write-protected, ...
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Strange mount entries, procfs on net:

On a device I get among others the following strange entries for mount: none on net:[4026532603] type proc (rw,relatime) none on net:[4026532424] type proc (rw,relatime) Any idea what or for what ...
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Run script as admin (prompt for password) from xfce GUI

I have a mount script I need to run as admin. Since nobody knows how to run it automatically, I want to at least reduce the pain of manual start. The script has one line: sudo mount ... more params ...
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Where is the information about the file system format stored in External Hard Disks

I was reading about mounting in Operating Systems and have the following question related to it: When we plug an external hard disk it gets automatically mounted in our file system, the one our ...
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wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock when attempting to mount restored volume

I restored a LVM group from a recovered config today (background #1, #2). Full images were made of the disks prior to issuing the following command. [root@ursula diskissues]# vgcfgrestore -f ...
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Mounting a shared drive from windows with CIFS

What I'm trying to achieve is mounting some drives shared on my network (one a Time Capsule, 3 shared drives from a Windows 10 machine) on a Raspberry Pi 2 running Ubuntu 14.04 with read and write ...
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External HDD not mounted at boot, but fstab seems ok

I'm on a Raspberry with DietPI distro and I cannot mount a NTFS hard drive at boot. This is the fstab file: #Internal Drives--------------------------------------------------- proc /proc ...
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Cannot format device /dev/sda4 which is still in use

When I try to LUKS encrypt a partition on a CentOS 7 server using the command cryptsetup -y luksFormat /dev/sda4, the attempt fails with the error Cannot format device /dev/sda4 which is still in use. ...
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Mount a directory from an already-mounted remote share directory

Eesh, that title is a mouthful. Anyway, here's my scenario. I have a remote machine at IP address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, and a local machine. I've set up the export file on the remote machine to export ...
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Not able to automount NFS share

I am using RHEL 6 and not able to mount NFS Share via automount . My Config files are as follows :- #cat /etc/auto.master /mnt auto.mnt #cat /etc/auto.mnt /nfsshare ...
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Systemd is unmounting my /boot partition

My sda1 is mounted to /boot after booting, and I can manually mount it just fine. But something is automatically unmounting that partition, even after I've manually mounted it. These are the current ...
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Debian VirtualBox auto mount fails on startup but works after login: mounting failed with the error: No such device

I have a VirtualBox Debianx64 system installed and I was trying to share a host folder to it. Following a tutorial, I came to a mount command: sudo mount -t vboxsf -o rw,uid=1000,gid=1000 [Virtual ...
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Unable to mount “lvm2” volume

I had to reinstall CentOS on a system with a separate disk array for data. I installed on the OS disks and kept the other disk array as storage (so they were not formatted). When I try to mount the ...
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Need help with mount.cifs syntax for read/write mount for non-root user

When I upgraded to Ubuntu 14.04 it also upgraded cifs. In Ubuntu 12.x a network mount script I had would nicely mount a Windows network share as read/write. My attempts at updating it to work with ...
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How does Linux know which USB hard drive is which?

Currently I have Linux Mint installed on my PC with a USB hard drive partition mounted as /home. This is working well. If I install a second USB hard drive, is there any chance Linux will get ...
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Mount successful, Directory accessible, but cannot do Operations (cp, mkdir, etc.)

I have mounted a shared network drive. See below output of df -h command. Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda1 550G 362G 161G 70% / tmpfs ...
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Debian Linux root disk getting full, need to transfer /var folder to another disk

One of the disks got out of space, however other disk is nearly empty. Need suggestions how to transfer biggest folder(/var) to the other disk and mount at /var. For now /var folder was in / ...