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Auto-Mounting a Partition in Linux Mint with fstab

/etc/fstab is a configuration file used to automatically mount devices in particular locations in Linux. Though there are a number of obscure uses for the file, users will most often find it helpful in mounting partitions which have been created after the operating system was first installed. 234 more words


NFS mount fails with "access denied by server"


When mounting a valid share, NFS denies access:

$ mount /mnt/backup
mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting server:/share/USBDisk1


The mount point is not exported. 216 more words