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

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Mount changes directory time to 1970

We are developing an embedded Linux system using BusyBox v1.19.4. The system is working fine except for a strange mount issue with time and date. When we create a directory it has the correct time ...
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What does the 'barrier' mount flag mean in Linux?

The manual for the 'barrier' mount option is: barrier=0 / barrier=1 This disables / enables the use of write barriers in the jbd code.barrier=0 disables, barrier=1 enables (default). ...
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Debian, Windows domain and shared folder

I have linked many Debian PCs to a Windows domain. The logon process works well. Every users has a personal folder on the Windows server (and they can access these folders through their personal ...
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How to make a cifs/smb mount ignore umask?

I have a cifs mount that is mounted from /etc/fstab. But I would quite like creation of files/dirs on that share to ignore my umask. Is that possible? It seems that cifs does not support the umask=000 ...
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CD disk not detected by Fedora on my Laptop

I rarely use cd's on my laptop, but I recall having the same problem a few months ago. When I put a cd in my DVD drive nothing happens. It kicked in last time without me doing anything but I don't ...
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Map a network share folder in Debian with read-write permission

I want to mapped a folder on samba server at Debian Squeeze startup. I found a guidance by google as following: Open file /etc/fstab and add line //server/share /mnt/dir smbfs ...
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Vagrant: failed to mount nfs shared folder (mount.nfs: Operation not permitted)

Vagrant throws error message: ==> default: Mounting NFS shared folders... mount -o 'vers=3,udp' 192.168.33.1:'/home/xxx/vagrant/www' /home/www mount.nfs: Operation not permitted ssh to the ...
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what is oldroot?

When I shutdown my laptop there are some messages like unmounting oldroot/* They came after a kernel-update, just curious what this means and if I need "oldroot"
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How the contents of a directory are impacted when a file system is mounted on that directory [duplicate]

How the contents of a directory are impacted (and when and/or if they are available for use) when a file system is mounted on that directory.
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setup sudoers to mount network shares and loop devices and misc

I would like to setup sudoers to grant users to mount all kind of network shares and loop devices to their home directory. Here is a try that I found and changed a bit on one old post in ...
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Trouble getting Exfat formatted drive to mount

I've just performed a new install of arch linux (3.15.3-1) on a macbook pro 8.2 All of my data is on an exfat drive, and I've installed exfat-utils. However, when I try mount -t exfat /dev/sdb1 ...
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How to set permissions for user to smb mount with fstab?

Here is the line in my fstab file (with the names of the server and username changed): //server/user /mnt/share cifs ...
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mount: / not mounted or bad option

I'm running a custom Raspbmc build on my raspberry pi. On startup, I always see the message mount: / not mounted or bad option The filesystem is still mounted, but still want to know whats causing ...
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Internal secondary hard disk suddenly failing to mount

In RHEL5, my internal secondary hard disk (1TB) suddenly fails to mount after some unexpected power failure and after my system got off. But it's showing in BIOS and while Booting checking as sdb ...
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How can I make udisks-glue run at startup and mount drives as particular user?

I'm trying to make udisks-glue work on my Raspbian Raspberry Pi. This works fine if I manually start udisks-glue via ssh. However, I wish to start it automatically on startup. Hence, a script at ...
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How to change /var partition online?

I have a Linux server with /var in XFS and I want to change to EXT4. There is enough space in /home, so I can backup all files in /var. Is there a way to do it while the system in running ? I think ...
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Configure vsftpd allow access to mounted ISO file

I am having problems to allow anonymous FTP access to a directory that mounted a ISO file. No change to /etc/vsftpd/vsftpd.conf RHEL 6.5 DVD ISO file saved to /var/ftp/pub/ISO/rhel6_5.iso ...
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bad inodes reappear after fsck() for vps guests

I have several vps guests that were created by virt-resize. I do daily backups on the guests by creating a snapshot and rsync file contents. But some of them don't have a clean disk image. As soon as ...
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Testing whether a file is local

I need to test in a script, whether a file is from a network mount or truly local. To be more clear: I need to test, whether parsing the contents will be fast or slow, but for my case local vs network ...
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Red Hat with rpc.statd is not running and can't start nfslock

I try to mount from Linux machine to some folder on a Windows machine. From the output I see that mount complains about rpc.statd. So I tried to start the nfslock but I got FAILED. Then I look on ...
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Mount windows share

I've just literally spent about 2 hours trying to simply mount a windows share on linux. Mounting with cifs causes deadly hangs as discussed here. So I tried to mount via nfs as discussed in this ...
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How to set a callback to NFS to allow scripting?

The context I have two servers: a NAS and a client server. They are both small machines (Raspberry, OLinuXino) and are plugged to the same power strip (which has a power button). The client server ...
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Unable to mount cgroup

I've been searching for a solution to this problem but none was working. I would like to start my LXC container but i need to mount cgroup before. [root@stag-devCentOs ~]# lxc-start -n debianLxc ...
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Mount (or makefs or tunefs or cap or…) option to disallow symlinks?

(Other than mkfs.vfat, that is.) Is there a way in Linux to have a filesystem mounted but to prevent symlinks from being made on it? It's fine if this needs to happen at the time the filesystem is ...
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Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu 14.04 LTS problem

I have one drive which can be accessed from Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and Windows 8.1. Lets call it Drive D. When I shutdown Windows 8.1 and start Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, I'll not be able to mount Drive D. But when ...
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NFS Automount/HARD mount sharing top directory

In Linux, is it possible to "hard mount" a directory under an automounted directory? For example: /top_dir/fred (automounted) /top_dir/jane (automounted) /top_dir/software (hard mounted) ...
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Unable to mount XFS volume after reboot - unknown filesystem type 'xfs'

I have an aws ec2 instance that's been running Ubuntu 12.04 for a good long while. It has attached to it an EBS volume formatted with xfs. Today after a reboot, I'm unable to mount this volume. ...
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shell script for mounting external device to mount point

I want to make a script to mount an external device to a particular mount point e.g say /mnt. Let me elaborate my question, suppose I run fdisk -l in terminal I would get this output Disk identifier: ...
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Why does fstab use UUID instead of the actual file system name?

For example, this is the first line of my /etc/fstab: UUID=050e1e34-39e6-4072-a03e-ae0bf90ba13a / ext4 errors=remount-ro 0 1 And here's the output of df -h command (reporting free ...
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How to use my login password to do two things

I have a CIFS drive that I mount regularly, and it requires a password for it. Since it's annoying to type my password every time, I wrote a script that sets the PASSWD environment variable, mounts ...
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How to mount NFS shares via /etc/fstab - Access denied by server while mounting

I am trying to mount a NFS share to my OpenSUSE 13.1 Server on startup using /etc/fstab file with the following entry: l00nim10:/export/werk/ /home/smbshares/nimshare_03/ nfs vers=3 0 ...
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can I use 2 mount points for 2 partitions from external HDD?

I have a 2 TB external HDD which I connect to the Ubuntu 8.10 system. However, after connecting the external HDD, I created just a single partition and because of that I could use only 750 GB out of ...
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Mounting Disk Image in Raw format [duplicate]

While Trying to mount a disk image in Raw(dd) format using the following command mount nps-2010-emails.dd /media/manu/ I get the following error message mount: you must specify the filesystem ...
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Mount a file collection in a linux environment

I am presently working as a summer intern. My first objective is, given a collection of files, recover and identify the file types present in it. To download sample pseudo-forensics data I have been ...
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What is type 'none' for mount points and why are mount points of the same type below /run?

In Ubuntu 14.04 when executing command mount I get following excerpt tmpfs on /run type tmpfs (rw,noexec,nosuid,size=10%,mode=0755) none on /run/lock type tmpfs (rw,noexec,nosuid,nodev,size=5242880) ...
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Automounting with udev takes too much time

Specifically, using udev to automount usb memory sticks takes about 3-4 seconds according to its own logs. It may not sound like that much, but it is on an embedded distribution for a system that ...
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ACL is NOT enabled but it's working [duplicate]

How this is possible? ACL is not enabled in /etc/fstab, and I can verify it via manually opening fstab or running sudo mount | grep -i acl. But getfacl & setfacl Commands would work without any ...
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How to mount a dd-image which was created via fmem (memory dump tool)

I'm quite new to Linux. I've used the tool fmem for creating a memory dump dd-file. That works fine. But how can I access this image? I've tried it with mount but it says I have to specify a ...
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Is there a way to access Google Drive spreadsheet?

I'm using Linux Mint 16 Cinnamon. I tried google-drive-ocamlfuse and grive, but both of them can't access spreadsheet. google-drive-ocamlfuse shows this error: Device or resource busy W hen it ...
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NTFS ESATA disk needs to be “partprobe”d on every reboot

I have an ESATA disk with NTFS that works fine on Windows. It is recognized as the /dev/sde device, but no partition is recognized (no /dev/sde1) unless partprobe is run. After this, device /dev/sde1 ...
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Save files to mounted partition (fstab), but also main partition

I've mounted a USB in /etc/fstab: UUID=xxxx-xxxx /mnt/someFolder auto users,uid=... I want to save important files to this partition, but I want to have a backup on my normal filesystem in case the ...
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How to automatically mount an USB device on plugin-time on an already running system?

I know how to use /etc/fstab to automatically mount devices on boot or when doing sudo mount -a, which works perfectly fine. For example, here is my current line for my device UUID=B864-497A ...
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Is the free space of unmounted partitions and hard disks used in the background when the OS needs some more space?

I have two hard disks on a computer and I intend to recover the data in one of the them (Had Disk 1). An Ubuntu OS is installed in the other(Hard Disk 2). Both Hard Disks are connected to the ...
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CentOS - Creating a partition for OpenVZ

I've recently installed a fresh copy of CentOS 6.4 and I was going to install OpenVZ on it however on the install instructions it said that it is advised to make a separate EXT4 partition for the VMs. ...
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Rebuild mount points after destroying partitions

When I installed Ubuntu, I had a partitions with the windows OS installed, but now I've made some changes, I've erased Windows, created two new partitions in the storage ocuppied by windows before, ...
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Locate encfs rootdir

If a rootdir is mounted by encfs to a mount point, I can see the mount point by "mount" command or from the /proc/mounts. However, if I can get the mount point, but I don't know which rootdir I have ...
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Mount iso9660 sd card

I'd like to mount my sd-card manually, but that doesn't work. [linus@linus_linux-notebook ~]$ lsblk NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT sda 8:0 0 55,9G 0 disk ├─sda1 ...
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Shrink btrfs from /dev/sda to /dev/sda1

suppose I have 2 btrfs filesystems: one mounted on /mnt/big spanning across /dev/sda /dev/sdb /dev/sdc /dev/sdd the other mounted on /mnt/small on a single drive: /dev/sde How would I shrink the ...
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External disk - how to ensure readable by all without needing root perms?

I have an external HDD. It's portable, so I plug it in all over the place. Needless to say, these different places have different passwd files and uids. The files are mine and I need to access them ...
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Samba gvfs mount and symbolic link seems not to work

I have a server with samba shares and 2 HDs mounted that I use for backup. I have some symbolic links that work well between these 2 hard drives. When I mount the drives with gvfs (samba) I can't use ...