mount command

How do I access my enterprise NAS server by mounting NFS filesystem onto my Mac OS X based system using GUI and command line based tools?


Something is wrong with my RHEL networking configuration so I booted using my ISPs remote rescue kernel mode to fix my system. How do I mount and chroot into actual installation to fix the problem? How do I boot from any Live Linux CD and chroot into /dev/sda1 or /dev/md0 to fix the problem or recover the data?


Recently my old desktop system crashed and I brought a new Ubuntu Laptop from Dell. To access my data from old hdd; I’ve attached my desktop harddisk using an external USB case. Now my old data is stored using external USB hard disk. How do I recover data from encrypted ~/.private home directory using an Ubuntu Live CD and copy it to existing laptop drive using known passphrase?


How do I mount /tmp as a separate filesystem (/root/images/tmpfile.bin) with the noexec,nosuid, nodev options under Linux like operating systems?


I‘ve configured and mounted /var for squid caching and other purposes under Linux. I’ve noticed that the Linux file system keeps records of when files are created, updated, and accessed. My /var is exclusively used for caching purpose and I do not want to waste disk I/O while updating last-time-read attribute during reads and writes to files. How do I disable access time updates for /var partition?


How do I configure file system quotas to control how much available storage space can be used on a given UFS file system (such as /export/home) under Solaris UNIX operating systems?


My current /usr file system was full, so I ended up adding a new disk to my FreeBSD server. I’ve created a new partition at /dev/ad6s1 (size is 250G). How do I move my /usr file system over to my huge new disk at /dev/ad6s1?