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Re: Mounting SD card with specific encoding



On 28/01/2008, Ian Malone <ibmalone gmail com> wrote:
> Dotan Cohen wrote:
>
> > Note also that I cannot unmount the device once mounted as above:
> > $ sudo umount -a
> > umount: /home: device is busy
> > umount: /dev: device is busy
> > umount: /proc/bus/usb: device is busy
> > umount: /var/run: device is busy
> > umount: /sys: device is busy
> > umount: /: device is busy
> >
>
> As Tod Merley points out, you're trying to unmount everything
> here.  You can either do 'umount <devicename>' or 'umount
> <mountpoint>' to unmount the specific fs you want.  The problem
> you're seeing may be because something (I assume it's Gnome)
> keeps hold mounted filesystems it notices to put on the desktop.
> As they're not in fstab it wont let you unomunt them by right
> clicking either.  The work-around is to use the lazy unmount
> option, -l.  Definitely don't do -la, as it problem can unmount /
> for you.

Thanks, I realized my mistake in that regard. The best way to learn is
to break something :)

Dotan Cohen

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