- This is an old note; I don't know what this is any more.
Mount a directory ∞
This will also let you duplicate-mount a mountpoint to a second directory.
\mount --bind /mnt/source /mnt/target
Re-mounting read-write ∞
\mount -o remount,rw /dev/sdx /mount/point
Mounting an ISO ∞
\mount -o loop filename.iso /mnt/mountpoint`
Automatically mounting media ∞
2020-02-09 - Basically every distribution figures this out these days.
- Tested and works.
- Impenetrable classic UNIX bullshit.
Unable to mount a partition a second time? Specify its filesystem type with
-t.. and also check
/etc/fstab(fstab) to see if the filesystem is being specified incorrectly there!
Issues with Samba ∞
\umount -l /mnt/mountpoint
Apparently a forced
umount won't work, but
-l (lazy) does. Strange.