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

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Why does pam_mount ask for password?

I used the pam-auth-update tool in order to enable some pam configuration profiles: PAM configuration PAM profiles to enable: [*] encfs encrypted home directories [*] Unix ...
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Is it possible to remount USB drive after unmounting in Thunar? [duplicate]

After unmounting a USB disk it's like it was never connected in the first place: /dev/sdX is gone. dmesg reports "usb 9-3: USB disconnect", but /sys/bus/usb/devices/9-3 is not there. ...
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can not use mount.cifs: mount error(2): No such file or directory

The command mount.cifs is found not being able to run in a gentoo system with systemd ae429-1105 etc # mount -t cifs //file.abc.edu.au/user /home/directory/path -o ...
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Filesystem unmounted after weekend

I have a problem with an AIX server what I manage. I had some filesystem created to store the structure of an Oracle instance. But after the weekend scheduled reboot the filesystems are unmounted when ...
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Can not mount internal driver in Archbang 2014

I have just installed archbang 2014 on my laptop Asus K53SV. I followed the instruction on Archbang wiki. I have already installed ntfs-3g, but I can not access to the internal (ntfs-formatted) ...
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Error mounting a CF card

How can I fix this? It showed up when mounting a CF card on Ubuntu Linux. Error mounting /dev/sdb1 at /media/mohamed/1258-C98A: Command-line `mount -t "vfat" -o ...
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RAID5 Arrary disappeard with no HW or SW changes made

I have a R-Pi running XBMC (Linux CaribNAS 3.10.24 #2 PREEMPT Mon Dec 23 05:18:12 UTC 2013 armv6l GNU/Linux) with a 3 disk raid 5 array that has been working up till yesterday when is stopped running ...
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Which tool you use to mount a floppy usb with a tiling wm

I use a tiling wm without an desktop environment. So no notification when I plug in a usb stick for example. At the moment personally I use the mount and umount command line, but maybe you have most ...
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Is there any way in BTRFS to set compression permanently?

I have a USB HDD. I want to mount it with compression enabled. I can do in the fstab of my system or even using udev rules. The problem is that I won't mount my USB HDD on my computer only. Up to ...
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Mounting usb automatically & having usb's label as mountpoint

How can I mount my usb automatically when I plug it in? Also would like the mountpoint to be the usb's label each time it is mounted automatically. Edit: I am using Raspian (on Raspberry Pi) which is ...
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How can I mount a block device from one computer to another via the network as a block device?

Is it possible to export a block device such as a DVD or CDROM and make it so that it's mountable on another computer as a block device? NOTE: I'm not interested in doing this using NFS or Samba, I ...
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NFS partition mounted as read only

(Disclaimer: I've read "NFS sharing is read only" and I think it's not the same problem) I have just setup NFS on my raspberry (Raspbian) and I'm trying to access it from OSX. So far so good, I can ...
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Problems mounting a disk

I have a disk that has failed to mount on start up. I have commented out the line in fstab to try to diagnose the issue: # /dev/sdc /media/bigdrive ext4 auto,exec,rw,user,async 0 0 Then rebooted. I ...
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Problem with NFS after changing the IP address to static

I have a NFS server from which I mount the /home directories to the remaining NFS clients in the lab. The NFS server is xxx3 which has all the home directories for the remaining machines. The ...
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I cannot use yum command and ssh after mount drive.(CentOS)

As the title above, I cannot use yum command after I mount like below. mount /dev/xvdb3 /usr Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/xvda ...
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Is there a selinux, httpd, or PHP configuration that prevents reading mounted drives?

I'm moving a virtualized centos web server over that has an all-to-small hard drive to a new machine and I hooked up a bigger drive for hosting videos and downloads and stuff. W When I try to run a ...
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Allow NonRoot User to Mount a Particular NTFS External Hard Drive

I have a 4TB external hard drive connected to an Linux server. The fstab permissions on this drive are set so that only one particular non-root user has access to it: ...
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Is it dangerous to remount a partition rw/ro frequently?

I'm developing an embedded linux system running on a SD card. To protect the SD against corruption I've used a read only root filesystem as well as an extra partition where I mount /home, also in ...
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Can't mount samba share

I'm trying to mount a samba host located at 192.168.2.5. I can ping the host, I can open the share on Ubuntu and windows (with the credentials). When I try to manually connect: ...
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mounting mmcblk0p1 failed with Invalid argument

When I am running linux from sd card and try to mount sd card -no problem, works fine. But when I am running linux from flash memory I am unable to mount my SD card: # mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 /mnt/ ...
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What's the advantage of mounting a file system in the same file system

RE-EDIT: We can usually see mounting a file system to a mountpoint, like: /usr/bin/truncate -s 128M /tmp/foo chmod 0700 /tmp/foo mke2fs -t ext4 -m 1 -F /tmp/foo mount -t ext4 -o loop /tmp/foo /mnt ...
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Can't mount Samba share on Rasbian, works flawlessly on Debian

I have a samba share that I use in my home, this works fine on both Windows and Debian, but when trying to mount it on my Raspberry Pi I just get an error. /etc/fstab: //media.lan/public ...
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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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confusion about mount options

I feel confused about mount options such as: --bind, --make-unbindable and --make-shared and could you please help me explain the below commands? sudo "mount --bind #{vm_bind_mount} #{vm_bind_mount}" ...
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Fixing mount points

I recently install steamOS (a debian fork) and I had to change the mount point on my second hard drive because it was the same as the mount point for steam os "/". Unfortunatly now I cannont access ...
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NFS Server changes in /etc/exports file need Service Restart?

I have NFSv4 Server (on RHELv6.4) and NFS Clients on (CentOSv6.4). Let's say in /etc/exports: /shares/website1 <ip-client-1>(rw,sync,no_subtree_check,no_root_squash) /shares/website2 ...
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disable sudo password prompt for boot script

I've got raspbian installed and need to mount a cifs path after boot is completed. In fstab I got an entry for this with the noauto parameter. When using auto, boot hangs. So in raspbian, the file is ...
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mount become corrupted over time

I have an external USB ntfs file system mounted to a linux server (4TB drive). Another server remotely RSYNCs a backup to this drive through the linux server. After a couple of days of this backup ...
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Access files from BTRFS image on similar filesystem

Backgroud: Running XBian (Debian ARM distribution for Raspberry Pi), which uses BTRFS. I fragged my system and decided to start over. However, I ripped the image from the root filesystem device before ...
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How to determine if NFS mount is mounted as v3 or v4?

Red Hat 5/6 when I do mount it says type nfs, I would like to know how to determine version if it isn't listed in mount options or fstab. Please don't say remount it with the version option, I want ...
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Unable to delete files to trash in a binded filesystem

I'm trying to set up shared home directory for two Linux installations and thus I'm using bind-mounts. My user is named dbz and his home directory is /home/dbz. I also have shared directory ...
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How to rename /dev/sdax(partitions) in Linux

I made a partition like /part on my machine with some important data... But I can't stand the name of it... I want a clear solution to resolve it and change the name of it to for example /test... ...
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mount --bind other user as myself

I'm using fstab to bind a folder that belongs to another user in one of my own directories. I know that I can map users when I mount an SSHFS, I've been doing some research and I can't find a mount ...
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CentOS 6.4: Unable to mount disc, doesn't like UDF

I'm trying to use a CD on CentOS 6.4, but I keep getting this error: Unable to mount Disc Error mounting: mount: unknown filesystem type 'udf' I've installed udftools I've tried changing the ...
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Can I make the O/S drive READ ONLY and prevent metadata write back?

Sorry to ask a (probably) stupid question. I am a hardware designer struggling with provision of safe shutdown power to an embedded system. I am aware the Linux normally makes a heavy use of the ...
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Resize Disk on Linux

df Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/vg_cloud-lv_root 51606140 9985252 38999448 21% / tmpfs 515252 0 ...
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What makes the files in my home directory appear, when I log in through SSH then run ecryptfs-mount-private?

I'm a bit of a newbie when it comes to using Linux. I've recently installed Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (minimal virtual machine) on a VPS host. I've encrypted the virtual disk and encrypted the home directory ...
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How do I mount a shared VMWare folder on startup?

So I'm following this article on how to mount a shared vmware folder. I can successfully mount with the following command: mount -t vmhgfs .host:/foo /home/user/Documents/foo However, I can't seem ...
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Having difficulties mounting a rootfs for an embedded Linux

I want my Kernel to start a squashfs rootfs for an embedded Linux. The squashfs file is on a sdcard, therefor i put these parameters on it's command line: console=ttyS0,115200 root=/dev/sdb1 rw ...
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Edit file on image created with dd [duplicate]

I've a bootable USB with Debian. Normally I clone the disk with dd, write the image on a new USB disk, mount this disk on my filesystem and edit some files. Is it possible to edit files on the image ...
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Isn't /boot a separate mount?

My understanding is that /boot is being accessed by lower level tools (e.g. grub) during system startup and so it is formatted specially in a simpler format than the rest of the disk. But when I do: ...
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Fedora 18 in VM locks the CD drive

I have windows 7 and I installed VMware (VMware-player-5.0,2-1031769) and want to put fedora 18 in it but after complete installation is done I'm getting the below error: The guest operating ...
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sharing folders in virtual box

I'm trying to run a Linux Mint guest inside a Linux Mint host(both 64-bit). I've installed Guest Additions etc. But I'm not able to access the shared folder. sudo mount -t vboxsf kernel ...
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I had a folder full of files, then I used “sudo mount” to mount a Windows samba share. Where did the files go? [duplicate]

I'm using a raspberry pi. I didn't think mounting a samba share to a folder full of files would do anything - I thought it would copy the files to the samba share. Now the files are gone from this ...
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How do I mount an XFS partition via /etc/fstab and non-root users can r/w to it?

I have 2 XFS partitions I want to mount via /etc/fstab: /dev/sdb1 /media/data xfs defaults 0 2 /dev/sdc1 /media/backup xfs defaults 0 ...
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Disk space shows up as used but not on `du` [duplicate]

I have a problem where 70G on a server seems unreachable: XXX@XXX:/data$ df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/ubuntu--Storage-root 120G 2.9G 111G ...
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Linux Booting with USB File System [closed]

I'm trying to boot a Linux system stored in a USB drive that I got by following the Linux from Scratch manual. I finished all but the booting part, the problem is that when the kernel tries to to ...
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Mount Android phone file system on Linux manually

How can I bind my Android file system to my Linux machine, and modify it? When I plug in my Android device, it seems to use one USB interface but I couldn't find whre the mount point is. I checked ...
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How to find out easily whether a block device (or a part of it) is mounted somehow

I want to know what the easiest way is to determine (without root privilege) whether a block device (say sdb) or any part of it is mounted (and which part of it). Checking /proc/mounts for sdb is not ...
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Mount partition with truecrypt using the commandline

I'm trying to mount a encrypted HDD with truecrypt, but I cann't find the device. Where can I finde my HDD and what is the command to mount it in truecrypt? I'm using Raspbian on Raspberypi.