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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Connecting to FreeNFS from CentOS 6

I'm trying to mount a FreeNFS share located on my Windows 7 host, under my CentOS 6 virtual machine inside VirtualBox. The networking between the host and the guest is working fine, and I've been ...
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mount a specific dev device under chroot

I want to use a specific disk under chroot. I know this command: mount -o bind /dev /mnt/chroot/dev This command populates all devices under chroot. But I want to use only few devices under ...
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Executing multiple commands using winexe

./bin/winexe -U <username>%<password> //<ip> "cmd.exe /c net use x: \\\\<ip>\\share /user:<user> <password>" This command works fine, but for me to run another ...
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How do I mount as SYSTEM?

I want to mount a share as system. I need to run a TACKSCHEDULER task as "Run when not logged on", but I can't access my network drives: mount: R: on /cygdrive/r type ntfs ...
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google-drive-ocamlfuse does not upload encfs directory content

I am trying to setup automatic upload of an encrypted directory structure to google drive. To do that I use google-drive-ocamlfuse (grive keeps crashing and is never done), and encfs. First I create ...
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Mount XFS filesystem with userquota in Debian

I'm trying to get userquotas working on a xfs-formatted root partition. However, I can't mount the partition with userquota enabled: # mount [...] ...
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Execute a script when filesystem is mounted [duplicate]

I would like to have a script executed when a (any) filesystem is mounted by the mount command. Currently I have a process watching /proc/mounts for changes, but I am interested to know if there is ...
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Mount partition to several directories in linux

I have a PC with an SSD and an HDD. I'm running linux. I wish to put all the static (very rarely changing) files on the SSD and the rest on the HDD. To achieve that I'd like to have /boot, /usr, /lib, ...
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Mount a file/folder as a removable drive

I'm trying to test an application I've written to image USB drives when they're plugged in. Unfortunately, I've just lent my last one to a friend. I know I can mount a folder as a drive using subst ...
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USB Hard drive mounting as Read-Only

I've been having a problem with my Raspberry Pi: it keeps mounting my USB hard drive as read-only. I've been mounting it with sudo mount -t ntfs -o umask=000 /dev/sda1 "/media/My Book" but for some ...
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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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How do I manually mount a linux file system read/write as a normal user?

This may seem like a stupid question, but with most Linux stuff, it seems to me that a lot of trivial things are not documented. Anyway, I want to simply mount an ext4 file-system onto a normal mount ...
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CIFS mount issue over IPsec VPN

I'm trying to connect a client running Ubuntu 13.04 to a network share hosted by a file server which has recently been upgraded from Windows Server 2003 to 2012. Currently I am able to mount the ...
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Extract Contents of .img with unknown filesystem

I have an image file: kali-linux-1.0.9a-armhf.img. It's an image of Kali Linux ARMH build. I am trying to extract the contents of the image, but to no avail. I have tried to mount the image, but I ...
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Ubuntu Alert: /dev/mapper/localhost-root does not exist. Dropping to a shell

I'm currently using Ubuntu Maverick, and whenever I try to use a kernel newer than 2.6.32-21, I get this message: ALERT! /dev/mapper/localhost-root does not exist. Dropping to a shell! Does ...
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does a scsi-host-scan affect mounted filesystems?

I have four disks attached to a virtual machine: sda - mounted sdb - mounted sdc - not in use sdd - mounted I can now hot-remove the disk /dev/sdc from the virtual machine, but the linux system ...
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Image files do not show up on mounted SD card but are still visible via the camera

I am using Manjaro Linux on my Chromebook Pixel. My camera is Oly E-M5. I mount the SD card with the command sudo mount -t exfat /dev/sdc1 /media/sdcard The card seems to mount correctly, and I can ...
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Opening an .IMG file in Mac OS X

I have a few videos that are .IMG and are not getting mounted on my Mac. It says “File Not Recognised.” The same files always mounted on my Windows 7 using Daemon Tools, but it is not working on the ...
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How to TRY automounting an external drive in Arch

So I'm trying to setup my own NAS using a Model B Raspberry PI running archlinuxarm and a 500GB external hardrive. In the past I used fstab to automount the drive on boot but I found out that when the ...
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Finding out the time a filesystem was last mounted

I want to find out the last time a filesystem was mounted on Linux (Debian). Any help?
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Seagate external hard drive starts then stops

I have a 4TB Seagate external drive that stopped working when it was incorrectly ejected from Mac. Since then won’t appear on Mac or Windows machine except as a drive visible in disc utility (Mac) and ...
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How to identify and mount filesystem of partition type 63 - Unixware

How can I identify and mount the filesystem from a old Unix machine ? Using file to the dd image simply reports X86 boot block. Using testdisk and checking the bootblack I get multiple entries ...
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How to set umask for a samba mount?

On linux (Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid) I want to mount a samba share to a remote Mac (OSX) such that files created on the share have full read/write permissiona across user/group/other (like umask 0) # umask ...
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Unrecognized mount option “fmask=0111” or missing value

I'm using a mostly clean Ubuntu 14.04 install. I can mount the device successfully, using sudo mount -t ext4 /dev/sda4 /mnt/share. However, when I run sudo mount -a, I get the error mount: wrong fs ...
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Remote mount point fails: Prevent unresponsive applications

I need to mount a remote filesystem on Ubuntu 14.04 via sshfs or ncpmount (Novell). Currently I am calling ncpmount, ncpmount -S SomeServ -A someserv.somewhere.net -V shareX -U username -t 200 /mnt/H ...
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Execute permission is not set for folders which are shared form a widows 2008 R2 server using NFS

I have shared few folders using NFS share(ro) form a windows machine and mounted on a Linux server. I could not see execute permission from them. [root@db2suse mnt]# ls -l total 9 drwxr--r--. 2 ...
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Google Drive headless mount - how to exclude folders?

So I'm using google-drive-ocamlfuse to mount a Google Drive* in Linux. I do google-drive-ocamlfuse /mnt/google_drive/ and I can see all my files at /mnt/google_drive. Great! But is it possible to ...
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How to use /etc/fstab and/or automount with sshfs on OSX?

I'm attempting to automount a directory from a remote Ubuntu machine on my Mavericks Mac. SSHFS works perfectly when mounted manually, in many different ways. The standard sshfs mount works great: ...
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Running actions on insert & eject of a floppy disk over USB

(I've posted this in SU, not RaspberyPi because I don't believe the system hardware has as much impact as the OS in this question) I have a USB floppy drive inserted into a Raspberry Pi running ...
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Cannot mount vbox shared folder without sudo: “unknown mount option `user'”

I am trying to set a VirtualBox shared folder mountable by any user, so this is the line I put in /etc/fstab: # mint shared folder mint /media/sf_mint vboxsf defaults,user,uid=1000,gid=999 0 0 ...
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AMD CPU fan bracket keeps breaking

I have a strange problem. The CPU fan mounting bracket on my AM2+ mobo keeps breaking. The first time happened about 6 months ago and the CPU fan had not been touched in about 2 years. Since then I ...
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Linux - fstab entry for hfsplus on ssd

I've got an Arch and OS X install sharing an HFS+ (non-journaled) /home partition. My Arch side seems to have issues with the partition. In particular, deleting multiple files causes the drive to ...
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How to map a shared folder in the network to a local folder in Windows

I've got an application which stores its settings and other data in a specific folder on my hard drive. I cannot change this location without reverse-engineering the application. I use the ...
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I have 2 internal HDD that were partitioned into a single logical drive how to remount

I lost my PC over the weekend, but I recovered both disks, they are both fine, but due to the way they were partitioned together into a single drive I am unable to access them anymore via Windows and ...
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Why does Ubuntu mount the wrong partition as root?

I am messing around with a problem of Ubuntu mounting a backup of my root partition residing on a different disk as / instead of the real one. I think the problem has been triggered by a clash of ...
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Binding (mount) a filesystem with different user/group

This is a question that has been asked many times here, but it doesn't seem like there is a (working) answer. I have folders that belongs to a "web" user: /home/web/example.com/user1/ (uid=web, ...
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Use multiple NFS servers for a single directory

I have to store some gigabytes of data in a single dir. The structure is as follow : /DATADIR - dataABC - dataXYZ - folder012/ - folder456/ - ... If my hard disk is close to full, is ...
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How do I mount internal HDDs in Ubuntu via the command line?

I'm new to Linux and have a home server set up running Ubuntu. In the GUI it's very easy to mount my additional internal hard drives. I just double click on them. Since I have made this server ...
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Creating a CIFS/Samba mountpoint on Windows 7

I have a PC that is already on a shared network. I am looking to see how to create a mountpoint for a folder in the C:\ with CIFS/Samba so that I can use it to have Linux mount to it. Is this possible ...
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mount a local directory to a remote ssh server

i want to mount a local directory to a remote ssh server. specifically my ~/.gnupg directory so i can use my local keyring everywhere, without storing it remotely. so i think this solution: keep a ...
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In Windows 8, how to know exactly which ISO file is mounted in a virtual drive?

Windows 8 has the ability to natively mount ISO images. But how to know which ISO file is mounted in a virtual drive?
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Map FTP server as a (local) drive in Finder

I am using Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. What I need is to map my FTP server as a local drive - or anything I have write access to - in Finder.
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Unable to mount 2TB NTFS hard drive in Ubuntu 14.04

Can somebody assist me on this one? Error mounting /dev/sdg4 at /media/jote/DATA_4: Command-line `mount -t "ntfs" -o "uhelper=udisks2,nodev,nosuid,uid=1000,gid=1000,dmask=0077,fmask=0177" "/dev/sdg4" ...
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Mounting ext4 drive with specified user permission

I want to mount a supplementary ext4 data disk drive with specified rwx permission for a certain user. The mount point is inside the home of such a user and it's owned by the user. I added the new ...
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How to build an sd card image, without an sd card?

We have a scripted process that builds up an embedded install of Debian Jesse on an sd card. The relevant parts of the script look like this: export DISK=/dev/sdb umount ${DISK}1 # make sure no ...
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How to execute a system command one minute after reboot (Linux)?

Is it possible to run a system command such as mount a certain amount of time after system reboot? My problem is that I had an entry in /etc/fstab to mount a host disk in a Linux (Ubuntu) virtual ...
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How do I mount a (possibly encrypted) Mac-formatted Iomega zip disk under Debian Linux?

I have a machine with an internal Iomega Zip-250 drive, running Debian stable (Lenny). I have been using it to back up a pile of Zip-100 disks from back when they were popular. Once I learned to ...
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Change root '/' partition to another disk

I bought a new SSD and I want to transfer my current / directory there without loosing any data. I already copied the files to the SSD using a livecd but I don't know how to tell the system than now ...
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LVM Difference in paths for mounts

So I can do the following: mount /dev/datavg/datalv /mnt or mount /dev/mapper/datavg-datalv /mnt Are these the same? Is their an advantage to one over the other? Is one better practice?
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Finding space used on windows NTFS mounts

I have a few windows servers that I am interested in determining how much space is being used. If a drive is mounted as a drive letter, this is pretty easy. But in several cases I see volumes that ...