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mount partition on boot without fstab

I'm running Arch Linux on my Cubietruck, an ARM board with more features than a Raspberry PI. In order to do so I have moved the OS data from the internal storage to a SATA hard drive. For some ...
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Failed to mount /dev when running Arch Linux in coLinux

I have got coLinux 0.7.9 with Linux kernel version 2.6.33 (coLinux-0.7.9.exe), and the original ISO file for Arch Linux 2014.04.01 (archlinux-2014.04.01-dual.iso). I booted with the Arch Linux Live ...
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Mounting ntfs subdirectories of device

I have an external hard drive mounted in arch-linux using /etc/fstab: dev/sda1 /mnt/share ntfs-3g user,users,gid=users,fmask=113,dmask=002,locale=en_US.UTF-8 0 0 charles@arch ~ $ ls -l ...
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ifuse mount iPhone for different users (permissions)

I'd like to mount my iPhone 4 filesystem on my Raspberry Pi using iFuse and let other users access this mount point. I can successful mount the FS as a normal user [gotschi@berry ~]$ ifuse ...
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Is it good idea to automount partitions on Linux?

I have three partitions: one ext4 for Linux and two ntfs partitions (one for Windows and the other for sharing data). I am really tired of mounting those separately. Is it good idea to edit fstab to ...
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NTFS Formatted Drive will not Mount. Labeled as Compaq Diagnostic

I'm trying to mount my Windows drive while running an Arch install on an external drive. However, when I try to mount the partition, it throws Wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdb1, ...
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Mountpoint of Usb-device where Arch Live Distro sits

I was wondering about where the mountpoint of the usb device is where the arch live distro lies on. I am asking this because I am not able to mount the usb device where the arch live distro lies on to ...
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Arch Linux Install, Why is arch-chroot giving me an error?

I'm following the Arch Linux install instructions found here from a live cd, and I'm stuck issuing the following command: # arch-chroot /mnt mount: sys is already mounted or /mnt/sys busy sys ...
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1answer
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Awesome WM will not show any external devices (Arch)

Things went fine with the Arch installation. I installed nautilus once I got into the GUI, but when I plugged in my external USB, it would not show up anywhere. I come from Ubuntu where there is a ...
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457 views

Keeping a USB drive mounted in sleep mode

How can I make my computer sleep but not automatically change the state of the USB flash drive I am using? I have it mounted on / because my hard drive broke, and whenever my computer wakes up it ...
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USB drive is recognized but not mounted

The flash drive is recognized as shown by /var/log/messages.log: Jul 12 10:58:41 phelps kernel: [ 5865.612777] usb 2-1: new high-speed USB device number 2 using ehci_hcd But I can't find its dev ...
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Why is my USB drive not mounted during startup

I have Arch Linux running on my Raspberry Pi. I added the following line to my fstab file: /dev/sda1 /mnt/MyBook ntfs defaults 0 0 for a while this worked fine, the device was ...
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Can't access folders mounted by sshfs after sleep (or when connection lost)

Often, when I mount a filesystem via ssh: sshfs user@remote: ~/Mounts/Remote and the machine hibernates (closing the Laptop lid) if I wake up the machine I can't access the mounted folder. ...
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3answers
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Arch - VirtualBox - Use mounted ISO

I've an *.img file, that can't be converted to *.iso, because its a multi-session disk. So I simply changed the file ending to .iso. Now, I am able to mount it using the following command: mount -o ...
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2answers
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How to handle non-determinant harddrive assignments?

I recently installed another harddrive into my Arch Linux computer. The first time I booted up all worked fine. The next time I restarted my computer though I was greeted with a /dev/sda2 not found ...
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RW mounted usb drive regarded read-only by cp

Context Can any of you help me with the following, I've got a micro sd card inserted via a usb stick into my Compaq 8510w laptop running the latest Arch Linux (x86_64) release. I have a udev rule ...
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ArchLinux, need to allocate space to web server

my filesystem looks like this... # df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda3 7.3G 1.5G 5.4G 22% / none 2.0G 120K 2.0G 1% /dev none ...