Mount is the process of making available to the computer a new file system device, like a disk drive or a network share.

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Remove static automount folder in Mac OS X 10.10.3

I have a strange apparently unused automount with nfs configured which I cannot remove. Probably, I mis-configured something when trying to set up LDAP or Kerberos a long while ago. Nothing special ...
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Automount external drives as readonly in openelec

I wanto to make sure that every time, I plug in an external harddisk to my raspberry pie with openelec, it is mounted readonly. I tried putting this rule KERNEL=="sd*", SUBSYSTEMS=="usb", ...
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Mount image of unknown filesystem

I have an image of a filesystem that I'm trying to mount. Unfortunately I have no idea what filesystem is in it. I'll show you what I have done so far. root@vagrant-ubuntu-trusty-64:/vagrant# file ...
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Mounting HFS+ partition on Arch Linux

I'm having some problems with mounting an hfs+ partition on Arch Linux. When I run sudo mount -t hfsplus /dev/sda2 /mnt/mac I get this error: mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on ...
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File permissions using nfs-mounted vfat disk

I'm trying to get full access to a disk on a home server. On the server a raspberry pi with debian, there's only one user, "pi", with root privileges. On the client, an ubuntu machine, I have two ...
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tcplay: cannot write to mounted volume

Background I set up a TrueCrypt volume in Windows that I want to write to in Linux. It is a file within a hard drive I have mounted to a directory: drwx------ 1 user user 20K Aug 18 02:53 hdd/. I ...
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How can I run a script at boot time right when the disks are mounted?

Note: I'm not asking about running a service (or whatever) when booting is completed (I know how to do that). Background System boots from an SDCard, which has the full system on it. Attached to it ...
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curlftpfs ftps mounting drive at boot

I'm trying to mount a ftps folder to my local server. in /etc/fstab I have curlftpfs#url.domain.com:990 /media/ftp fuse ...
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Explaining to systemd that /var is symlinked to /home/var

Suppose an installation of Debian unstable, using systemd for init, with two filesystem partitions, / and /home. Suppose further that, for reasons to do with the physical disks, I have moved the ...
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How to mount a drive in a running FreeDOS?

I'm currently using FreeDOS to load USB stick content to a virtual drive. The connected HDD won't get a drive letter, as it is simply not formatted. After that, I'm using Drive Snapshot to fill the ...
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mount --bind /tmp /var/tmp not mounting in debian 7

I have some issue with mount --bind /tmp /var/tmp. After I run this command, I edit /etc/fstab file and add line: /tmp /var/tmp none bind 0 0 But when I run command /bin/mount -v 2>/dev/null to ...
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Cannot mount or move Virtual Hard Disk .vhdx file

I created a .vhdx file using disk2vhd from sysinternals, but I'm unable to use it. The virtual machine in Hyper-V won't start. I can't mount it either. I t gives me the following error even though I ...
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change “cache” name to “backup”

I have a Debian server, my partition /dev/sda6 (which has a lot of space left) is mounted on /cache. I want to use this partition for file backup. I want to change the name of /cache to /backup. When ...
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How to make ISOLINUX loaded RAMDisk writeable?

I'm currently using ISOLINUX to create a bootable MS-DOS 6.22 image in the RAM. This is working pretty well! I can stuff the folders CDROOT and isolinux in this setup and then create a new ISO with ...
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Mount a Linux folder in Windows

To mount a Windows folder in Linux, I can just mount //<server>/<file> <location> cifs -o user=<user> How can I do the reverse -- Get a Linux folder on my Windows dekstop, ...
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How to create an ISO image that is mountable with Windows?

I have a directory of 1 TB with thousands of small files on ext3 filesystem. Now I want to put it all in an ISO image and send it to Windows with NTFS filesystem. I wonder whether I will be able to ...
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External HDD Could not be Mount in Centos

I have an Transcend HDD in NTFS file system. By mistake I unmount it from centos. After this i am not able to connect it again. Now it is not showing icon for it. Please help me, how to again mount ...
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Unable to mount SD card

I'm not sure this is a right forum to post this question. However, I have this SD card I'm trying to mount on my linux machine. It always gives me mount /dev/sdb mount/ mount: no medium found on ...
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How do I get access to the file system of a stopped AWS instance (virtual machine)?

Issue: I have an AWS t2.micro (virtual machine) instance (name:webserver) set up with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. The instance is unusable due to a configuration file that I edited improperly and saved. I ...
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mount point is not a directory

I am trying to mount a directory from a local desktop in my home network. The computer exporting the nfs share is named jarvis and the nfs client is named marvin. On marvin, I run showmount -e jarvis, ...
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Harddisk not mounting: not recognized under Devices - Ubuntu

I am using Ubuntu 14.04 desktop computer. According to my code I mounted my harddrive and then copy a file in it. I also use 2 USB for this copy operation. Today I got into trouble. Firstly one of ...
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Encrypted folder mounted by a cron job, won't keeps mounted

I have an A.sh script that queries a server; retrieves the mount password and mount the Private folder in the client. Then I have a Init.sh script that first check the internet connection status and ...
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how to mount beyond /dev/sda15 when using a GPT disk with lots of partitions

I have a GPT disk with about 20 partitions. They're on /dev/sda how can I mount each of these at the same time? as I understand /dev/sda is limited at /dev/sda15 this feels weird - being able ...
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Where is the data inside a disk image stored when it is mounted in a virtual CD-ROM?

I wanted to know what type of memory is consumed when a disk image is mounted in a virtual CD-ROM (for example, when we mount a .ISO file using Daemon Tools) and where is the data inside the disk ...
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How To Mount A Disk Image On Android With Terminal?

I'm trying to mount a disk image that I've made on my android with terminal and busybox. This is how I made the image: dd if=/dev/zero of=/sdcard/disk.img bs=4k count=131072 mkfs.vfat -v ...
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sshfs remount frequently hangs

On Fedora 21 current patches, in a local LAN environment, I'm mounting 2 filesystems with sshfs. The remote server is on a reliable LAN network, the ssh keys are correctly setup for passwordless ...
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Mounting VMWare shared folder to second disk [closed]

I was able to mount manually but after restart it disappears. I've tried a few things in /etc/fstab without success. Was not able to mount the folder of the original share at /mnt/hgfs/Downloads nor ...
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CentOS filesystem mount

I have set up a CentOS server and am administering it using Webmin. (I know webmin is generally frowned upon, but it is how I was taught to work on Linux and I only know basic ssh) The root drive ...
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NFS export a directory containing mount-points for other filesystems

I want to export /media directory. /media /media/hdd1 -- mount point for external drive H1 /media/usb -- mount point for external drive U1 And I want contents in H1 and U1 exposed. I have ...
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Value too large for defined data type

I am following this guide on how to chroot arch linux in my android device. Welcome back gnu! - My revenge on Android In case you do not read the guide, I made a linux.img file on my pc, using dd ...
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Infinitely deep folder without symlinks in ext4

It seems like I can find an infinite number of /pl/locale subfolders in this ext4 partition, yet none of them are symlinks. Where is the loop? $ ls -ld ...
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Can I view remote HTTP directories via something like sshfs?

It's possible to mount remote directories via sshfs, if you have the correct login credentials to connect via ssh. I've also seen many websites with the 'autoindex' functionality (e.g. here and ...
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OSX Automatic Unlock and Mount Encrypted User Account on Separate Partition

I am using a bootable flash drive with OSX Yosemite, a single admin account, and multiple user accounts (for testing purposes, will migrate to MacBook when I get this to work). I am trying to find a ...
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Securing USB or external HDD mounts with a password (open-source solutions)

I would like to have a password required each time I mount a USB drive or memory stick onto a Windows Vista or 7 computer. It seems to me like I would need an encrypting filesystem: move everything ...
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Access samba3 share via terminal

i have a raspberry pi with samba3 on it (network access for my external HDD) And i have ubuntu14.04 on my laptop. For one on my scripts im working with i need to access the HDD via terminal. I ...
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Harddrive won't mount in windows 7

I've got an external hard drive, that doesn't seem to want to mount in Windows 7. The drive was working but unfortunately Windows froze (I even got a windows has stopped responding - do you want to ...
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Is mounting a filesystem as read-only enough to prevent FS/data corruption in case of power loss?

I have a home-made HTPC setup. I often plug and unplug USB drives on it (be it HDD/SSD or USB memory stick). I was wondering whether just unplugging these drives without umounting them first would be ...
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How to access ISO image connected to virtual machine?

I am new to Linux environment and i want to install a package to a virtual machine. I have vmware esxi server, and i installed a virtual machine with fedora17 OS. My intention is to install Dropbox on ...
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systemd: decrypt luks device on access

I have an external drive with a LUKS-encrypted partition. As the device is an external USB device and I don't always need it, I only want to decrypt and automount on demand. I can easily automount the ...
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Is it possible to mount a ntfs drive by name?

So I am currently using ntfs-3g /dev/sdb1 /home/mountpoint/ to mount an external usb drive. But what I want to be able to do is mount it using its volume name, in my head it would look something like ...
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Unable to start Windows 8 in system with both window 8 and ubuntu 14.10

Starting Windows gets stuck while loading user desktop. When i start ubuntu, drive with window installed do not mount giving error : Error mounting /dev/sda5 at /media/itsfoss/01BC76G7Z2628FB0: ...
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“Directory doesn't exist” & “Cannot cd into flash drive” errors: mounting flash drive OpenWRT

What I am trying to do: I have a TP-Link Router running OpenWRT. I have files on my router in the OpenWRT OS that I want to save to a flash drive. Steps to complete the task: 1. I navigated to the ...
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Start a systemd service after a device has been mounted

I'm writing a systemd's .service file for minidlnad (DLNA server) under CentOS 7. Since my media file collection is hosted on a RAID array, I need that array to be mounted BEFORE the minidlnad server ...
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NFS mount causes boot delay

When booting my debian unstable linux box the process is delayed when it attempts to mount NFS partitions from another machine which is not switched on. The message displayed during boot is: [*** ] ...
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How to gvfs-mount a CD as non-root user?

I can mount a CD like this: sudo dbus-launch gvfs-mount cdda://sr0 And I get the tracks as .wav files in /root/.gvfs. But it mounts as root, and chown doesn't work (not implemented in the fuse ...
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Mount USB drive as local folder on Mac

I bought an external 1TB USB drive and I want to make my Google Drive use the USB drive instead of my external disk. The reason why I want to do this is because my Google Drive account is 1TB and my ...
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Mount FAT32 loopback as writeable

I'm trying to fix a corrupted FAT32 partition. The partition is working again, but I want to delete the remaining files containing wrong names and similar. I have a full dump of the SD-card in ...
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OS X - undoing mkdir followed by mount and another mkdir

So far I've tried my google fu to figure out exactly what I've done on the terminal (I'm running OS X Yosemite 10.10.3), but I'm not satisfied with my current understanding on how mounting and mount ...
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Problems with (local) mount at boot (sysvinit)

During boot, some/many mount points in /etc/fstab are not mounted. The /etc/mtab file contains these mount points - my understanding is that the system believes the filesystems are already mounted. ...
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How do I automatically (after boot) mount an USB disk for the general user read/write/execute

This question has been answered several times here, however I want the disks been mounted automatically after boot - with an entry in /etc/fstab presently I have: /dev/sdc1 /media/disk500 vfat ...