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I find guestmount(1) the easiest way. # guestmount -m /invalid/path -a /path/to/block/device /mnt/ guestmount: '/invalid/path' could not be mounted. guestmount: Did you mean to mount one of these filesystems? (...) guestmount: /dev/vg0/root (ext4) (...) # guestmount -m /dev/vg0/root -a /path/to/block/device /mnt See also ...


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You can add a network location without the use of any 3rd party extensions in Finder. Go to Network (Command K) and add your FTP server "ftp://username:password@ipaddress:port" I did this in Yosemite.


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If the directories you want to preserve are exactly the mountpoints, you might be able to use --one-file-system in GNU rm. I haven't investigated how this is implemented, but I'm guessing that this won't do what you want if the bind mount is from within the same filesystem, so be careful! rm doesn't have a --no-act option, but you can pipe yes no | rm -ir ...


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I was tracking a similar issue. I specified a read-only rootfs on the kernel cmdline and saw UBIFS mounting as read-only during startup, but / was mysteriously read-write by the time I got to a shell. In my case, the /etc/init.d/mountall script turned out to contain the line /bin/mount -o remount,noatime,nodiratime /dev/root / In turn, the generation of ...


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These commands work with newest Ubuntu 16.04 for disk created with default cryptsetup values on Ubuntu 8.04: cryptsetup open /dev/sdb1 usbdisk --type plain -c aes-cbc-plain mount /dev/mapper/usbdisk /mnt Removing: umount /mnt cryptsetup close usbdisk


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If you also have each computername, you can do this all remotely. Enter the administrative networkshare C$ on the pc. For example, if the pcname is: PC-001, then you would point explorer to the following path: \\PC-001\C$\Users\test You can also access this path through a .cmd script by using the following commands: I will assume Z: is not in use on your ...


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Go and have a look at WinSCP https://winscp.net its not for mounting but at least you can open a Server on Windows in a Explorer like Looking Window.



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