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Questions tagged [mount]

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

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FreeBSD can't mount home partition

I've been having an issue with my first installation of FreeBSD. As I always do in GNU/Linux I created separate home and root partitions. The issue I've been having is that my home partition doesn't ...
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Why do I have duplicate bind mounts?

I'm curious if someone could explain to me what causes the odd scenario where we have a duplicate mount that appears cyclical on Centos 7 when binding a nfs directory? In our hosting environment we ...
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How to Split Audio Tracks from ISO file

I have an ISO file that was created out of an audio CD. I received this ISO from another computer and I don't have a CD burner. I'd like to split the audio tracks in the ISO with a program such as ...
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sshfs always asking for password when mounting? [on hold]

I'm trying to mount my ubuntu directory in my workstation (in the same network). sudo sshfs -o gid=1000,uid=1000 frank@192.168.130.105:/home/frank /home/a305workstation/test_m Then I'm asked to ...
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How to wait for the execution of a python script inside shell script?

I want to mount another root partition, edit the grub.cfg file with a python script and afterwards umount the partition again. How can I wait for the python script to finish and check if the partition ...
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mount: realpath <PATH>: no such file or directory

I'm attempting to mount a NAS drive locally, but am having trouble: mount -t smbfs //user:password@nas/path ./tmp Produces mount: realpath /Users/user/tmp: No such file or directory For context, ...
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“ecryptfs-mount-private” returns “fopen: No such file or directory”

Recently, we've rebooted server and got ecryptfs mount fail: ... Signature not found in user keyring Perhaps try the interactive 'ecryptfs-mount-private' user@host:~$ Could that be because ...
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Problem with iozone on NFS share

I'm doing some tests with iozone. I use this command : sudo iozone -a -c -e -i 0 -i 1 -p -f /mnt/nfsshare/iozonetmpfile -U /mnt/nfsshare I can't figure out why iozone keep tell me this : umount.nfs: /...
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How to get informations on each type of filesystem in /proc/filesystems

How do we get detailed information (history, what is used for, etc.) on each filesystem or pseudo filesystem displayed by : cat /proc/filesystems Example : nodev, sysfs, rootfs, ramfs, bdev, proc , ...
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Can't mount squashfs loop during initramfs

I am trying to mount a squashfs file during initramfs. I have included loop and squashfs modules. Currently using mount /foo.squashfs /mountpoint or mount -t squashfs -o loop /foo.squashfs /...
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Failed to mount error on win 7 [closed]

I use backbox maybe thats why I couldnt make it
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why can't i have permission in that group which i already in?

I am already a member of the group "aid_sdcard_rw": android@localhost:~$ whoami android android@localhost:~$ groups android aid_radio ...... aid_sdcard_rw ...... you can see that i am already in ...
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Remounting to use journaled quota failing

I have a loopback device mounted and want to test/use quotas: root@Cassiopeia:~# mount | grep -i image /tmp/imagefile on /mnt/imagemount type ext4 (rw,relatime,block_validity,delalloc,...
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Difference between journaled and plain quota

I am trying to set up quotas on a filesystem and I am getting the famous message: quotacheck: Your kernel probably supports journaled quota but you are not using it. Consider switching to ...
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Confused with the term mounting in terms of devices [duplicate]

When I plug a device such as an SD card into my Ubuntu computer, I understand that Linux automatically mounts the device. So when I run fdisk -l , the device will appear as for example /dev/sdb . Does ...
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Reboot with faulty drive, devices names change, server does not boot

I have had this problem on 2 servers and I want to know how should I handle the problem. My server has an SSD (/dev/sda) and two SATA drives (/dev/sdb and /dev/sdc). The second drive (/dev/sdb) has ...
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Backup the information with rsync to generate a mountable image?

Looking for some program to create a file of image of the information (.img) to later be able to mount it, I have not found anything simple. In the case of Clonezilla, it requires additional space to ...
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Can not Mount “/dev/hdb on /cdrom” on Carrier i-Vu CCN

I had to replace a hard drive in a Carrier I-VU HVAC Control server for a nursing home with no heat. I am not a HVAC guy but am trying to get heat back on because repairman could not get it for a week....
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Can't mount second hdd due to error /dev/mapper/backup--mint--vg-root: can't read superblock

I'm trying to mount a second hdd. I don't know where I'm going wrong. First, I set up a partition with cryptsetup: sudo cryptsetup open /dev/sdb5 backup sudo vgdisplay I got two identical vg names, ...
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Why does a copy operation to a directory that serves as a mountpoint not copy the data to the mounted drive?

Why does a copy operation to a directory that serves as a mountpoint not copy the data to the mounted drive? I bought a 2 terabyte drive and mounted it in a subdirectory within my home directory. ...
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Cannot chown, chmod on mounted ntfs partition

I need to mount a ntfs partition and be able to use it with unix file system permissions. The problem is that, when I mount the partition using the following fstab entry, I cannot run chown and chmod ...
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Why is /tmp mounted with permissions 0755 when fstab has 1777?

For /tmp in /etc/fstab, I have mode=1777, but after a reboot, the permissions on /tmp are 0755. Another directory /var/tmp is configured in exactly the same way but does not have this problem (see ...
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how to mount linuxmint hard drive on linuxmint laptop

I want to mount linuxmint hard drive using other linuxmint laptop, this is display of lsblk command on my linuxmint : NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT sda 8:0 0 465,8G 0 disk ├─...
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How can I re-partition a hard/ssd-drive without losing data?

When I got my notebook with a 512GB SSD, I reformatted it and installed Ubuntu. I've followed Ubuntu's suggestion to partition the drive, so I have it partitioned as follows: $ sudo parted -l Model: ...
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Input/Output error after moving files on external hard-drive

I have an external hard-drive for saving all my photos/memories. I put all the pictures to the folder INTENSO/Handy-Backup/IPhone/DCIM/. Because I resetted my iPhone, I wanted to move all the old ...
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Failed writes after a while on mounted nfs volume

I have mounted an nfs drive on the machine. I can see it with the following command: $ df -aTh | grep nfs ... unrelated volumes ... 10.200.30.100:/export/pvc-70..1d nfs4 976M 2.0M 907M 1% /var/...
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How to mount ecryptfs and preserve individual SELinux tag of underlying files?

I am trying to mount ecryptfs on a system that uses SELinux (e.g. Cent-OS), and I want to preserve the security tag of all individual underlying files. Using mount -o command I can set the security ...
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Partitions now appearing in /mnt, not /media/$USER

Until I forced a restart on my laptop this morning, I had a partition to my boot drive on which I had previously installed Linux Mint 18 (sensibly labelled "linuxmint") Now I can access the same ...
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Oracle Linux 7 mounting SAN storage issue

I have a scenario where I am trying to mount SAN storage to my linux machine. My environment details are- Oracle VM manager for VM creation Fiber Channel HP3PAR SAN storage attached as physical disk ...
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Check if CD or DVD is blank

I cannot mount a DVD, most probably because it is blank, so it contains no filesystem. Is there a way to be sure that the disk is blank?
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Damaged partition table/superblock, “Structure: Bad” in Testdisk

since 2 days I'm fighting for my data now :-( Long story short: I'm building a new NAS, and therefore I took the only 2-TB-disk from my 1-Bay-Synology-NAS and had the aim to add it to the new NAS. ...
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Mounting fstab using mount -a not working like regular mount

So I'm writing an custom init script and I want to mount / as rw. In /etc/init.d/rcS when I use mount -t ext4 -o remount /dev/sda / it does remount as rw but when I do mount -a (or I even tried mount -...
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Writing to /root/workspace doesn't break the files inside encrypted partition

I have made full disk encryption on my hard disk exactly as in this guide https://web.archive.org/web/20180428191153/http://thesimplecomputer.info/full-disk-encryption-with-ubuntu Partition table: ...
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BUG_ON in btrfs

I have a btrfs partition that won't mount, and most of the errors I get seem to point to a bad superblock. Most of the documentation for fixing this seemed to indicate that I should use btrfs rescue ...
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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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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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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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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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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 ...