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What Is Linux fstab File and How Can We Configure It?

Linux operating system relies on files. File systems should be mounted in order to be used. Mounting a file system can be with the mount command. In order to mount single or multiple file systems, we need some configuration. There is default configuration while using mount. But if we want to provide different options about … Read more

How To Mount SSHFS On Linux and Windows?

SSH is a secure remote connection protocol used to manage and get a shell from remote systems. SSH is mainly used by Linux distributions. SSH also provides a secure file share over the network which is names as SSHFS. Install SSHFS Client For Linux SSHFS is named as file system. We need to install SSHFS … Read more

How To Unmount Disk in Linux, Ubuntu, CentOS with umount Command

How To Unmount Disk in Linux, Ubuntu, CentOS with umount Command

Linux distributions like Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, RHEL, and others use disks by mounting them to the file system. We have already examined mount command in the following tutorial. In this tutorial we will learn how to umount the disk in a Linux system. Linux Mount Command Tutorial With Examples Before Unmount Before unmount we should be … Read more

Linux Mount Command Tutorial With Examples

As we know Linux operating system mainly uses files and folders as operational units. Files folders are stored in file systems and disks. There are different tools to manage file systems and disks. But mount is de facto command used to mount and list disks and file systems? In this tutorial, we will look at … Read more

Linux NFS Server Setup and Configuration With Examples

Network file system is a simple way to share files and folders over the network. NFS is developed by Sun Microsystems in 1980. NFS is very popular in the Linux and Unix world. NFS is an alternative for SMB which is Windows ecosystem file-sharing protocol. We will look at how to install the NFS server, … Read more

How To Mount Ext4 With Alternative Super Block In Linux?

We have a detailed file system, blocks and superblocks int this post. We will try to mount an alternate superblock. As we know super blocks hold information about the file system. If our primary superblock is corrupted or unusable we can use alternative superblocks. List Super Blocks To mount with an alternative superblock we will … Read more