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For Ubuntu 14.04, Ignacio's answer doesn't work. In fact is at other location, as told here.


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Both work for the same purpose, and both get the job done. But if you're mounting devices and only that, you may want to stick with fstab. Its configuration somewhat simpler plus there's a lot of community-driven support on the web because it's de facto, the default option on several main distros. As a suggestion: you can use the gnome-disks utility to ...


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You can do this in a shell script with something like: #!/bin/bash mountpoint='/Volumes/server1' serverpath='server1.wibble.com/C$' username='gabeuscorpus' if [[ -e "$mountpoint" ]]; then echo "Error: the path $mountpoint is already in use' >&2 exit 1 fi mkdir "$mountpoint" || { echo "Error creating mount point" >&2 exit 1 } ...


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I managed to find the answer with the help of @polym Here is my findings on fixing this error: Note: It seems you need to mount a hfsplus as write/read, which is a bit problematic, because of it's journal function. However, you can mount it as write/read as seen here and here. The problem is that /dev/sde2 is mounted read only, according to the ro ...



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