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Questions tagged [mount]

Attaches a file system to a specified point in an existing filesystem hierarchy

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SSHFS symbolic link does not show up

So this issue is actually occurring between OSX and CentOS. I created an ssh mount using osxfuse: sshfs [ssh config name]:/remote/location/dir.ec.tory ~/client/location/dir.ec.tory -o ...
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Can't mount Samba share - “No such device or address”

I have a WiFi modem (10.1.1.1) running a Samba 1.0 file server (SHARE) and a USB flash drive connected to it. I am trying to mount the share directory to my existing local directory /mnt/smb using ...
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Why are du -h / du / df / df -h not refreshing when extracting a large file

I am running tar in the background, eg: tar xfvz large_file.tar.gz & It does extract my file, but when I then launch du -h, du, df or df -h, the output remains the same, and I have to wait ...
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Mounts of systemd service script disappear

I have a systemd service file of the following kind. [Unit] Description=Mount some special file systems After=local-fs.target Before=syslog.service [Service] Type=oneshot ExecStart=/root/some-...
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Problem with NFS mount when FS is shared for all clients however works when a specific client network is specified [closed]

I have shared a File System over NFS with ro permissions for all clients using * . But on client side it is not able to mount it, however sharing that FS for a subnetwork where the client is, mounting ...
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/etc/fstab fails to bind mount on boot, but running mount -a works correctly

I'm running a modified WD MyCloud (Gen 1) NAS with Debian 8 (Jessie) installed on it. Due to the nuances of the device, I can't resize the root partition, and am struggling with space on it. To ...
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Cheapest solution for mass (and slow) storage on a Linux-like system? [closed]

I would like find the cheapest solution for a data retrieval system, which could be cheapest per TB. And the system is OK to be very slow. Basically, I want to connect as many hard drives (TeraBytes) ...
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Mounting Case Sensitive ISO

I have an ISO whose file names and directories are case sensitive. When I mount this in CentOS 7.6 using the method I have always used: sudo mount -t iso9660 -o loop /location/file.iso /mnt/iso The ...
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Run docker-compose after reboot on RHEL 7

After installing Docker CE and Docker Compose on RHEL 7, I get an error trying to use it: $ docker-compose --version docker-compose: error while loading shared libraries: libz.so.1: failed to map ...
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External hard drive invisible [closed]

I have an issue with 1 TB WD MyPassport external hard drive. I have formatted it to ExFAT about a year ago to make it accessible both in Mac and Windows, but it has been mounted to Orange Pi machine (...
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How can I mount a partition before the OS has booted?

In the instructions for configuring an EFI system partition in Arch Linux, it reads as follows: mount ESP to /boot. This is the preferred method when directly booting a EFISTUB kernel from UEFI. ...
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Files mounted over NFSv3 are owned by 4294967294 [closed]

I have a windows 2016 server which I added "server for nfs" role on and shared a folder using nfs permissions. On my Centos 6.4 server I have mounted the directory which I have shared on windows 2016 ...
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Wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdX [closed]

I am trying to mount a relatively new external HDD but, when running sudo mount /dev/sdc /mnt/harddrive I get the following error message: mount: /mnt/harddrive: wrong fs type, bad option, bad ...
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Newest Kali does not recognize USB (2018.04) [duplicate]

When I performed dist-upgrade Kali does not detect USB devices (mouse, pendrives etc) anymore. I reinstalled with the newest version of Kali (2018.04), however the issue is still the same. I am using ...
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mount a subdirectory without intermediate mount

This is the result I'm looking for: # mount /dev/node /mnt/intermediate # mount --bind /mnt/intermediate/sub/dir /final/mountpoint I'd like to do it in a single command, though, without use of the ...
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How to power on an external hard-drive after powering it off?

When I "safely remove" an external hard-drive from my file-manager (Thunar), the whole hard-drive is powered off and disappears from /dev. Therefore, I guess that under the hood, this is done by ...
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How to add mount point details in amazon linux cloud formation

I want to add disk and mount point for my data path like below in Cloud Formation template for creating AWS EC2 instance "mkfs -t xfs /dev/xvdb\n" "echo \"/dev/xvdb /data xfs defaults,...
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Configure mount to recognize self compiled fuse exfat

after removing the default exfat-fuse package version 1.2.5 from my Debian Stretch system and replacing it with version 1.3.0, compiled from source, running mount using type exfat results to an ...
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mount --bind failed “No Space Left on Device”

I'm creating a FTP server for a school and I'm using the mount --bind command to link directories on a disk to student directories. But I've about 250000-300000 directories at the end and, after few ...
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Service to mount USB cannot mount USB

I have a small watcher I am deploying to detect when a certain USB stick is inserted on SLED 11 (Suse) terminals. It should then mount that stick and read some files on that stick. Problem is - I ...
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iocharset for vfat mount on kernel 4.14

I'm using Slackware 14.2 (kernel 4.14.32) and I need to force mount to use iocharset=iso8859-7 (Greek) by default when it dynamically mounts a USB device, either from command line or via KDE. I'm ...
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ubi0:rootfs / ubifs rw problem

I want to delete/replace a file in my /opt folder. However, it says "files sytem is read only" I checked /etc/mtab output, saw that only ubi0:rootfs file system is read only. How can I delete/replace ...
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sshfs through two hops?

I want to mount a folder in a remote location to /mnt/volume on my mac but this folder is usually accessed through a login server myname@server-login.com using SSH like ssh -A -Y -o myname@server-...
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Linux Repository Error

I created a network repository for the hosts that hasn't got internet connection.So the environment has 1 repo server and 1 client. (It's in the test stage so both host can go to internet). I did make ...
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Merge mount points

Basically, I need to remove the /home mount point, and just use the / mount point. Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/mapper/rhel-root 50G 5.6G 45G 12% / devtmpfs 7.8G 0 7.8G 0% /dev ...
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SD card not recognized on reboot (linux mint on mac mini)

I've installed Linux Mint 18 on a Mac Mini (everything is up to date) I've been using an SD card as a permanent updating backup (rsync) on my laptop I'd like to get back to this work-flow on my work ...
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With Linux user namespaces, why can clone() mount /proc, but unshare() cannot?

I am trying to get a non-root user to mount /proc in a Linux user namespace. If I create a namespace via clone(), then I can mount /proc. However, if I create a namespace via unshare(), then the ...
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mount a cifs share with kerberos on linux with a sssd/kcm kerberos client

As a non-root user I would like to mount a samba share on my Fedora Linux with kerberos (non-password). I have a kerberos client running (sssd with the kcm server for kerberos tickets). when i do a ...
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How do I mount (and repair) broken an Casper-rw file?

I red some tutorial, how to repair my casper-rw, there created by YUMI for Mint 19. File was created on USB, but now i copied it on HDD without r/w error. $file casper-rw casper-rw: Linux rev 1.0 ...
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Stale NFS File Handle why does fsid resolve it?

Problem statement (note that this problem has been solved, but there is a question about why the solution works) The NFS server is Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS. The clients are a mix of Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS and ...
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How to change mount points?

I'm not really good at this mounting/unmouting thing on Centos, so here goes my question: With df -h I get the following overview: Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/...
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What exactly happens behind a bind mount? (Linux 4.x)

From the answer to What is a bind mount?, It is possible to unmount /some/where, in which case /else/where remains mounted. I checked the output of mount after performing a bind mount. The ...
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Get fsck to work with pam_mount

I've been trying to get luks volumes mounted at login with pam_mount fscked on mount, but without success. fstab provides the sixth field, where one can set a flag to determine whether the volume ...
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How to use newly mounted volume on linux server? [closed]

I'm using a cloud-based Linux server: Linux seller-huge.novalocal 3.10.0-862.11.6.el7.x86_64 #1 SMP Tue Aug 14 21:49:04 UTC 2018 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux. I use this to do data scraping, it ...
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Formatting the display of all files in directory and subdirectories

I want to display all files in directory and subdirectory between the bytesize 30000 and 50000. I want to display my files the following way: file1.xxx md5sum bytesize file2.xxx md5sum ...
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How do you debug inability to delete a Namespace after ip netns add test [closed]

cgroup on /sys/fs/cgroup/freezer type cgroup (rw,nosuid,nodev,noexec,relatime,freezer) cgroup on /sys/fs/cgroup/cpu,cpuacct type cgroup (rw,nosuid,nodev,noexec,relatime,cpu,cpuacct) cgroup on /sys/fs/...
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Mount points and nodev options

I'm studying device files and I've seen some mount points cannot accept the device file creation (if nodev option is set). Considering my mount output: sysfs on /sys type sysfs (rw,nosuid,nodev,...
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Mounting a filesystem with gid=501 or chgrp filesystem after mounting

Is there any difference between mounting a filesystem with gid=501 mount option vs chgrp 501 $fs after it's mounted? I want to know if mounting with gid mount option buys me anything that chgrp (as ...
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Unable to mount an sdcard

I wanted to mount an sdcard. Upon inserting the dmesg logs gives me this: [Thu Oct 25 10:59:44 2018] sd 0:0:0:0: [sdb] 30318592 512-byte logical blocks: (15.5 GB/14.5 GiB) [Thu Oct 25 10:59:44 2018] ...
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Linux scripting - how do I wait for CD/DVD medium to load before reading/mounting?

I'm putting together a quick-and-dirty script to read 100s of CD/DVDs onto a NAS. It takes care of ejecting and loading the tray, but I haven't figured out a simple way to wait/block for the medium to ...
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VirtualBox use problems due to disk space issues.

I have linux mint but want to play a few games that I need windows to make work properly. So, I tried to install VirtualBox. I can actually install VirtualBox, this isn't a problem. The problem is ...
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ls shows “File exists” on directory using NFSv4

I've mounted a directory over NFSv4. In that diretcory, there is another directory. When I ls -la it, it shows: ls: reading directory '/mnt/pipe/img': File exists total 0
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umount doesn't remove all references

I run the command umount /mnt/data and it seems to work. One of the entries that point to that folder is removed from the output of mount command: Before: $ mount | grep /mnt/data /dev/sdb on /mnt/...
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mounting cifs share with Linux 4.15: do DNS names get resolved again in case of errors?

I'm operating a Ubuntu 18.04 server that mounts a CIFS/SMB share. The name of the server is provided in the form of a DNS record. The record points to one of several storage servers, allowing for ...
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Cannot mount sda1: “The device '/dev/sda1' doesn't seem to have a valid NTFS.”

I've installed Ubuntu alongside Windows 7. When i try to mount /mnt/sda1 which is Windows part on it, i take error such that; "The device '/dev/sda1' doesn't seem to have a valid NTFS." NTFS ...
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Cannot create directories in mounted external drive although in the mountpoint

I don't know what happened, but I all of a sudden cannot write to my external drive anymore. It first said that $sudo touch Data_Files touch: cannot touch 'Data_Files': Read-only file system When I ...
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How do I control whether ZFS arrays show in the devices pane in Ubuntu?

I am using Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 with XFCE as my DE. I have mounted a zfs array 'big-tank' to /media/big-tank, however, it does not show up in the devices pane. Additionally, the leftover space from a ...
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Is passwd file always in /etc/passwd?

So, I'm writing a script that needs to modify the such a file but from the partition of a non booted OS (for example from a livCD to a OS installed on another drive) and I was wondering if, given I ...
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How to remount special device proc which does not exist?

I did this: root# mkdir /tmp/test && mount --bind /tmp/test/ /proc/ root# rm -rf /tmp/test root# mount -t proc proc /proc But then I ran into this: mount: special device proc does not ...
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Is it possible for mount(8) to override systemd MountFlags?

I am working on Debian stretch/4.14.75 and have been using my own automounter (udev-hook + shell-script) for years. Since it breaks recently due to the namespace problem that the mounted directory is ...