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Ubuntu: Mount The Drive From Command Line

I'm new to Ubuntu Linux. How do I mount the hard disk drive from command line?
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There are various ways to start virtual machines at at boot time. This means you don't have to type virsh start vmName command. This can be done by marking a vm as autostart. To configure a domain to be automatically started at boot. It will create an softlink at /etc/libvirt/qemu/autostart/. So if your VM name is debianlenny1, your config file name should be /etc/libvirt/qemu/debianlenny1.xml and the softlink should be created at /etc/libvirt/qemu/autostart//debianlenny1.xml
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FreeBSD: Load Kernel Module at Runtime

How do I load a kernel module at runtime from a shell prompt under FreeBSD UNIX operating systems?
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How do I restart dovecot IMAP4 / IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) under RHEL / CentOS / Fedora / Debian / Ubutnu Linux?
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Q. How do I disable services located at /etc/rc.d or /usr/local/etc/rc.d directory? For example I'd like to disable a service called /etc/rc.d/foo
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Q. How do I install and configure iSCSI initiator service under FreeBSD server?
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I don't want firewall because I only run one http (port 80) public service. How do I turn off or disable firewall permanently under RHEL / Fedora Linux / Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS Linux?
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