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

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how to find the file size for softlinked files

I have a log of files that's on a NFS, and they are connected via softlinks on the local redhat server. When I try to run search for any files that was touched during last weekend and calculate ...
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How to Bind Mount /var/tmp to /tmp using Ansible and to CIS standards

I am hardening a centos6.7 VM to CIS benchmark standards. I am automating as much as I can using Ansible. The hardening document I am using is (page 12-13): ...
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How to mount /boot from LiveCD (FreeBSD 11 ZFS)

FreeBSD 11 (current) with ZFS I can mount zroot with zpool import -fR /mnt zroot but /mnt/boot is empty (and it's even not a directory) I need to edit loader.conf, how can I do it?
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Folder Permission on Storage Mounted by User [duplicate]

I'm having trouble with an external hdd. Let us say there're two users; user, guest. Let the external storage be called hdde. User has automagically mounted hdde in Ubuntu (for some reason it's ...
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NFS mounts with non-matching UIDs/ usernames

There's a Linux machine where files are owned by a user named "lab" with a UID of 1000 (on the system). There's another Linux machine where files are owned by a user named "user" with a UID of 500 (on ...
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Can't mount shared folder on Linux VM

Host machine: OS X El Capitan Virtual machine: Linux Red Hat(64-bit) through Virtual Box Goal: share folder on Mac, so when I change files on host machine, they will be changed on the virtual ...
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how to mount -t proc proc proc/ with their absolute path for a chroot?

as we know chroot needs some fs to be mounted inside chroot directory like the following : chroot_dir=/some/where cd $chroot_dir/ mount -t proc proc proc/ mount --rbind /sys sys/ mount --rbind ...
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how to reverse check mount command options from mount list?

let's say i use this command to mount: $ sudo mount -o nolock 10.8.4.3:/opt/example /tmp/mnt Then i can use mount to get the mount details: [xiaobai@xiaobai self]$ mount | tail -n 1 ...
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Hot Removed SATA drive mount remains

After removing a bay mounted SATA connected drive the kernel will most of the time remove the mount. However, sometimes the mount remains even though the disk has been removed. Is there a way to avoid ...
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mount permission mechanism for file explorers [duplicate]

When I execute a script that uses the "mount" command, I need to enter my sudo password. However, I can launch a file explorer like nautilus and mount a filesystem from that application, without ever ...
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Why my usb disk can't be mounted automatically on debian8?

There are two usb disks,one named usb-A ,other named usb-B. The fdisk -l info is as the following when to insert usb-A Device Boot Start End Sectors Size Id Type /dev/sda1 * ...
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How can you write to a file system before booting using VirtualBox?

I'm reading the TurnKey Linux 14 documentation and it states that in order to preseed values for an appliance, you have to write them to the file system before the machine boots for the first time. ...
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umount stalled and unable to kill its process

Sometimes when I remove SD card I can notice that when I reinsert it - it doesn't mount by itself. Also I've notice that umount process is stalled and I cannot kill it (not even with -9). I use ...
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Unable to mount 320GB volume (external RocketFish) via auto-usb

Cannot access my external hard drive--many files! (20GB remains). This is the message I get when plugging in the USB: Error mounting /dev/sdb at /media/reb/208CC64B8CC61AE4: Command-line `mount -t ...
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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 ...