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I successfully mounted a network drive in the Windows Subsystem for Linux (Ubuntu).

sudo mkdir /mnt/t
sudo mount -t drvfs T: /mnt/t

After exiting bash, and coming back, I still see the /mnt/t directory, but it is empty. How do I un-mount this drive?

I have tried sudo umount /mnt/t but it says this each time:

umount: /mnt/t/: not mounted

How do I un-mount it?

  • If it is not mounted then run sudo rmdir /mnt/t – DavidPostill Feb 13 '18 at 23:51
  • @DavidPostill Suave Dave, suave. Savin' the world 1 jabe at a time. – Damon Feb 14 '18 at 2:32
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After exiting bash, and coming back, I still see the /mnt/t directory, but it is empty

If it is not mounted then run sudo rmdir /mnt/t

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