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Meaning of “You do not own that mountpoint” when switching to and from root?

I recently installed a new debian OS (replacing my old ubuntu) and kept the same home directory. Whenever I switch into and out of root (via the su command) I get a message that says "You do not own ...
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How can I mount this 250 GB external hard drive in Rasbian?

I have a 250 GB hard drive (brand Western Digital in an Initio Corporation USB enclosure) which I would like to mount on my Raspberry Pi 3B. I have already successfully mounted the hard drive on ...
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can't unmount a bind mount when a parent directory is exported

I've a webserver with this mount:mount -o bind /archive/1/archive_customer /srv/www/vhosts/customer/htdocs/archiveI also have this NFS export that also allows crossount:/etc/exports:/srv/www/...
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Problems with mounting samba share

It is a couple of days I'm struggling in mounting a samba shared directory in Ubuntu 16. I read all the relative posts but still cannot find a solution.Here is the command I use:sudo mount -vt ...
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xfs_repair is stuck - safe to kill it?

Centos 6.9So, I had two 40TB volumes fail, at least nominally, after reconfiguring the raid they're a part of. The raid volumes are ok, but when mounting them, one reported "can't read superblock", ...
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How to handle addition of new files and directories to FAT12 floppy image from Ubuntu 16.04?

I need to write a program that creates a floppy image of FAT12. The instructions include creating a boot sector, making sure I set aside space for two FAT tables, setting up space for root directory ...
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Mysterious 'Device or resource busy" message

I have succesfully mounted a windows share on linux with the command:mount -t cifs -o credentials=pat_to_windows_creds,uid=my_linux_login,gid=my_linux_login,vers=2.1 windows_share mount_point(the '...
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mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock

I want to mount a hard disk in remote debian server to retrieve some important data. The fdisk -l info of the disk :Disk /dev/sdc: 931.5 GiB, 1000204886016 bytes, 1953525168 sectorsUnits: sectors ...
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How to mount read/write with pmount?

I use pmount to mount USBs as normal user. But how can I use pmount so I can write to the device too, instead of just read from it? I tried pmount -w /dev/sdb1 but it doesn't work, /media/sdb1 is ...
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advantage of mounting a drive

What is the advantage of mounting a drive using mount -t cifs 192.168.1.10/Folder /mnt/foldercompared to accessing it directly throughsmb://192.168.1.10/Folder
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Mounting HFS+ partition on Linux

I already read this threadbut it doesn't work for me. fdisk -l shows 3 partitions, yet scan with testdisk only detects 2 and also showsWarning: number of heads/cylinders mismatches 16 (FAT) !=...
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How can I auto-mount internal NTFS HDD to encrypted /home partition with fstab?

Summary: I would like to auto-mount an internal HDD in my user home directory using fstab, but am unable to do so.I am setting up a new Thinkpad development machine with dual-boot Windows 10 and ...
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Broken RAID6 on Asustor Appliance

I have brand new Asustor AS7008T NAS with 8 X 8TB HDD, in RAID6.After writing about 20TB, The volume become unavailable.After:mdadm --assemble --force /dev/md1 \/dev/sdc4 /dev/sdf4 /dev/sde4 /...
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Raspberry Pi/Raspbian: Trying to mount router hard drive

Linux/raspberry pi noob here. I'm trying to mount a hard drive that's connected to my router (ip: 192.168.0.1).I can find and explore it through the file explorer through Go > Network and it shows ...
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Add custom binary to containers PATH in Docker?

I would like to add a custom binary executable to one of containers. I have made it on my machine and try to add it. At first I thought about mounting some directory as /tmp/foo and just copy it to /...

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