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

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How to debug an udev rule (in /etc/udev/rules.d/…)

I'm creating a new basic rule /etc/udev/rules.d/10-myrule.rules containing: KERNEL!="sdb*", GOTO="auto_mount_end" ACTION=="add", RUN+="/usr/bin/mount /dev/sdb1 /media" LABEL="auto_mount_end" I ...
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Linux - mount command returns zero/0 but not working

Sounds strange, I have a shell script that it gets trigger by udev rules, to mount attached USB device to the system file tree. The script runs when an usb device attaches to system, so the rules ...
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Resize / remount /dev/shm not working

I've got a linux box dedicated to playing host to an Oracle server installation. It's got 4Gb RAM and by default, 50% (2Gb) has been allocated to /dev/shm. I want to change this to 3Gb, but I am ...
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Run systemd service after automount but after it's accessed

Is it possible to run a systemd service that prepares an automounted file system for use? This service would need to run after the filesystem is mounted, but before whatever triggered the automount ...
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“PTY allocation request failed on channel 0 stdin: is not a tty” when SSH'ing into a Debian server

My hosting space (Debian Wheezy) serves two websites (one WordPress and one Rails). Today I saw both were down and I rebooted the server. The Rails site works again and the WordPress one now says that ...
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How to mount '.img' file (extracted cubian file) in ubuntu

I used this command sudo mount -t ext2 -o loop Cubian-desktop-r1-a20.img mountpoint Output from this command is mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/loop0, missing ...
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sshfs breaks symlinks from SFTP server

Does anyone know how to mount a remote SFTP path via SSHFS so that you can work with symlinks? When I do this, all the symlinks I create point to the wrong files (not the ones I linked to.) All the ...
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Bind a directory as me

Analogous for a regular user running a thin FTP server (where others can access the file system with his/her permissions), can a regular user (through fuse maybe) "mount" a directory for others to use ...
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Mount LVM volume as external usb drive? CentOS 6

I'm trying to mount my old 2x500GB drives to the new server which has the same drive volume. Both have LVM structure but it's not working. root@server [/mnt/usb]# ls /dev/sd* /dev/sda /dev/sda2 ...
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Trouble viewing iPod in Rhythmbox

Once in a blue moon, my ipod (160 GB) will show up in rhythmbox on my ubuntu 12.04 laptop when I plug it it, but most of the time nothing happens. It shows up when I do fdisk -l, but when I try to ...
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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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“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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Weird mount behaviour

I have a weird thing happening and I can't explain. first take a look at the attached picture. As you can see I have a CentOS based AMS-ASPERA01 server in the DMZ, and I have 6 machines in our ...
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Check if still mounted correctly

For my daemon, I mounted (several) remote read-only WebDAV folders¹ as "sources" to periodically pull files from. Let $SOURCE be one of them for this question's sake. Before blindly using $SOURCE, I ...
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Server-side move between NFS shares

I have these folders on my server: /share1 /home/user Both are actually on the same partition. Now I want to be able to move files between these two folders directly on the server (without any data ...
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Tool for dumping Linux VFS superblock

From the dumpe2fs man page: dumpe2fs prints the super block and blocks group information for the filesystem present on device. So dumpe2fs will dump the filesystem superblock. Is there any such ...
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Why is there no rootfs file system present on my system?

The linux kernel documentation claims: Rootfs is a special instance of ramfs (or tmpfs, if that's enabled), which is always present in 2.6 systems. You can't unmount rootfs … On all linux ...
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Cifs mount a windows share that goes offline

I have a windows share on my workstation that I need on my CentOS 7 server. I have this set up in my fstab as the following: //XXX.XXX.X.XX/Share /mnt/workstation cifs ...
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Defining Languages Available at boot - LiveCD

I am trying to create a refined version of the buggy uck for customizing Ubuntu LiveCD ISO, here it is if you're interested in helping. NOTE: The process is straight-forward, except when customizing ...
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Cannot mount second 1TB harddrive in Linux, works fine in Windows 8.1

So I have this problem with my second hard-drive that I have been trying to fix for quite awhile now with no luck. I have searched around to try to find solutions to my problem but nothing seemed to ...
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Mounting Ext3 in linux different user

I am trying to mount an ext3 based memory stick in Linux based development board. I used mount with -u and -g for mounting the fat based memory stick with different user. When I tried the same ...
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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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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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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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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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Can't mount filesystem by offset

I'm having trouble trying to mount a filesystem. Basically, if I mount /dev/sdc1, it works perfectly. But if I mount /dev/sdc with a byte offset, it fails. The filesystem is HFS+ (formatted using an ...
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Mount a workstation dir upon login to server over ssh

I'd like to have a local directory be mounted upon logging into a remote server via SSH. So if I were to ssh into foo.bar.com as user baz then there would be a directory mounted in /home/baz/roaming - ...
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Permission denied for user accessing mount

Using root I can mount another Linux share no problem. root@crunchbang:/mnt# mkdir javalib root@crunchbang:/mnt# mount -t cifs //10.1.3.7/javalib ./javalib -o username=guest Root can read/write to ...
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Permission denied when Ubuntu is attempting to mount to a remote Windows share folder

Fellow guys, I encountered the error when I's mounting my Ubuntu server to a remote Windows share folder, the following is the error on terminal after I typed command line 'mount -a': mount ...
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What caused this ext3 filesystem / mounting problem?

((K)Ubuntu 12.04, kernel 3.2.0-38-generic, fstype ext3) I recently came across the 'great idea' of using hibernation to save state in my main OS, while I boot another OS. I've done this without ...
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USB SD card reader recognized with lsusb but no storage device shown with lsblk

I have a 2GB Micro SD card and a USB card reader. When I run lsusb I can see the card reader is recognized, but when I run lsblk I see no additional storage devices. [lane@Lane-ArchSystem 19:38:08 ...
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remount chrooted read-only subdirectory (non-mountpoint) to read-write from within jail?

I'm trying to do the same of this question (multiple linux installation on same filesystem) but I get this result (root filesystem mounted as read-only) . I'm using debian/sid, have successfully ...
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/home is Read Only after coming out of screensaver (intermittent)

I am using Linux Mint 13 (Maya) and I have my "/home" partition formatted as ext4 and mounted at "dev/sdc1". Occasionally I have a strange problem coming up that looks a lot like this bug that I ...
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Can not mount samba share from DD-WRT

I'm trying to mount a samba share on dd-wrt. I keep getting this in the dmesg and the mount command hangs. CIFS VFS: Error connecting to IPv4 socket. Aborting operation CIFS VFS: cifs_mount failed ...
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Finding/Mounting USB Device in Mac OS X 10.8

I've looked all over and found similar questions and answers and none seem to work for me or match what I see. I should add I'm new to UNIX and the OS X command line but have got a basic overview to ...
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Unable to use USB through DD-WRT on a Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH2

I have a Buffalo WZR-HP-G300NH2 and I'm trying to get USB support working. The original Buffalo-branded firmware would refuse to mount the USB drive, so I've followed what tutorials I've found for ...
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Unable to mount a partition on an SSD over USB

I'm trying to mount a 120GB SSD connected externally via USB to the new server. The SSD is full of data and I can't format it. mount /dev/sdd1 /mnt/sdd1 mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad ...
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Simple automount USB devices with fstab: is it normal behaviour?

I notice that adding this in /etc/fstab: /dev/sdb1 /media vfat nofail 0 0 will automount any SD card of my USB SD reader, and even auto-remount if I remove the card, and insert a new ...
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New SSD only mounts after issuing blkid command. [Ubuntu 14.04]

I have a new Intel SSD Pro 2500 installed on a SATA3 port as a secondary drive. It is formatted as a primary ext4 partition. My fstab line is : UUID=1e33881a-d6cf-4933-be70-0aa837641af6 /mnt/ssd ...
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Virtualmin, mounted disk under home directory, but having permission errors

I have a virtualmin installation in debian 7. My hard drive was full so mounted a second under home directory (/home/disk2) using fstab file. I created a virtual server and moved it to second drive by ...
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Mount partitions read only in pantheon-files on ElementaryOS

I've currently dual booted my laptop with windows 8.1 and ElementaryOS Freya. As I've enabled the fast bootup feature in Windows, I can only mount the NTFS Windows partition on ElementaryOS as ...
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USB Stick recognized but not mountable

I have a USB Stick which is recognized by my laptop but there is no partition to mount. The device is listed in /dev/ as sdb but no partition /dev/sdb1. fdisk -l also displays nothing about /dev/sdb. ...
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Compiling ntfs-3g from source doesn't yield ntfs-3g binary

I've been battling ntfs-3g for a day now. My goal is to be able to add a non-auto entry to fstab such that I can type mount /media/kael/my-ntfs-partition and have it mount rw without any weird ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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 ...