I'm doing some experiments with NTFS(-3G) and fstab. For every change I do to fstab, I need to issue:
sudo umount /mountpoint sudo mount /mountpoint
To check the results. Since I'm doing a LOT of tests, it gets really annoying to issue the umount/mount combo every time.
Is there any way I could combine these 2 commands in a single
remount script? Is there already any switch to mount that do that?
- I'm using Ubuntu 10.10
- All command-line parameters passed to the script must be "re-passed" to the
mountcommand (so I can use
-t type, etc)
- Preferably, only the last parameter should be passed to