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Mount other users hive with C# .net
You can call the RegLoadKey API method using platform invoke. [DllImport("advapi32.dll", SetLastError = true)] static extern Int32 RegLoadKey(IntPtr hKey, string lpSubKey, string lpFile);

Categories : C#

How to mount a snapshot from boto?
The attach_volume method takes an instance_id and a volume_id but you are passing objects. Try this: c.attach_volume(volume.id, instance.id, "/dev/sdh") The device_name should be a reasonable device name for the OS you are using. You can find more about what that value should be here. boto uses standard Python logging so you can configure it to log as much or as little as you want. This gist shows a shortcut approach to get full debug logging. However, boto can only log what it has access to and it's possible the response from EC2 just doesn't provide much information.

Categories : Amazon

mount unmount without sudo
You must add /nfs entry to /etc/fstab on the server host. In the list of options of the entry must be option user or users (depends on that if you want that user could unmount the filesystem or not). Example: xx.xx.xx.xx:/ /nfs nfs rsize=4096,wsize=4096,user 0 0

Categories : Linux

How to mount an attached EC2 volume in CLI?
I'm not sure if this is a good answer, try running: lsblk /dev/sdi And it may list partitions that exists on that drive like this: sdi |--sdi1 |--sdi2 |--sdi3 If you have something like sdi1 you can try to mount it: mount /dev/sdi1 /your/folder/here Hope it helps.

Categories : Linux

Oracle 11g startup and mount
fix it: Connect to DB: Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 11.1.0.6.0 - Production With the Partitioning, OLAP, Data Mining and Real Application Testing options SQL> shutdown immediate; Database aready shutdown. Aready uninstall database. ORACLE instance aready close. SQL> startup nomount; ORA-12514: TNS: listner process can't recognize current service of connection describe string监听程序 SQL> startup nomount; ORA-24324: service handle not initialized ORA-01041: internal error, hostdef extension name not exists SQL> conn sys/sys as sysdba; Aready connect to idle instance SQL> startup; ORACLE instance started。 Total System Global Area 535662592 bytes Fixed Size 1334380 bytes Variable Size 234881940 bytes Data

Categories : Oracle

Scripted truecrypt mount, without using /dev/ or UUID
Use Disk ID instead: #!/bin/bash # Run this script as root to avoid entering the root password twice secret=0xa52f2c38 # Generate tempfile tempfile=fdisk.tmp sudo fdisk -l > $tempfile # -------------------------------------------------------------------------- # Locate secret drive and mount it # -------------------------------------------------------------------------- num=$[ $(grep -n "^Disk identifier: $secret" $tempfile | cut -f1 -d:) - 5 ] if [ $num > 0 ] # num will be greater than 0 if drive exists then # Get line containing /dev # ---------------------------------------------------------------------- dev=$(sed -n "${num}p" $tempfile | cut -f2 -d' ' | sed 's/://') truecrypt $dev /media/secret # Check (Create .truecrypt on the mounted volumen beforehand) # -----------

Categories : Misc

Mount Windows shared filder to AIX
Two options 1) The easiest would be to install the bos.cifs fileset and use smit to mount the share as a filesystem: http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=isg1fileset-1244257370 2) I would not recommend this for "newbies", but you may have better luck getting this to work by installing samba: www.samba.org

Categories : Unix

mount: nfs access denied by server
Is there a config file on the NAS where to put allowances for clients? E.g. in debian based OS the config file is "/etc/exports" and you would put there "/volume2/Asterisk_Recordings 192.168.1.1(rw,sync)" and activate this with "exportfs -a" (your NAS may do this automatically if you update the config via a web interface, I guess.) Check also Mounting NFS results in access denied by server.

Categories : Misc

Icecast dont see mount point
Hey it looks like you made an error configuring Nicecast. You might want to read the following guide. Please note that Nicecast has an built-in Icecast server, make sure you are not using this one. As well not that Nicecast for some reason will kill any running Icecast server on the same machine where Nicecast is started. So you have to first start Nicecast and only afterwards start your Icecast Server. (This should not happen anymore after you have disable the built-in server though) Another issue I experience with some versions of Nicecast is that the Settings or at least some (like the Mountpoint Name) only take effect after restarting Nicecast. Additionally make sure your Mountpoint name is not /, as this is an impossible mountpoint name (it conflicts with the web interface).

Categories : Misc

LSF - Mount a cgroups.cpuset for jobs
Support for cpuset was released in LSF 9.1.1.1 (GA July 31, 2013). The feature adds a new parameter to lsf.conf LSB_RESOURCE_ENFORCE. You can set it to cpu, memory or both. You need to enable the cpu and memory affinity feature of LSF to use cpuset.

Categories : Linux

Attempt to mount remote nfs only when it is accessed
You can use automount for this. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Autofs The example there shows how to automount an NFS share.

Categories : Misc

Mount to local directory without Fuse.
In short, no. If your host wont enable FUSE or any other kernel module that allows you to mount filesystems in user space, then there's nothing you can run yourself. Your best bet is to check if your VPS has a module installed specifically for FTP filesystems, or get the host to install one, or get the host to enable FUSE.. or just move on to a different host.

Categories : Linux

how to determine if the mount successful in QT code
You can check last error of a QProcess by using error and state functions (Documentation for "error" Documentation for "state"). "What if there is an error that is not in my condition." You can add something like this in your code: else if(connectSamba.state() == QProcess::NotRunning && connectSamba.error() >= 0) { LogWrite("Unknown error", Qt::red); return false; } Or, if you want to give more specific information, you can create a condition for each error code separately. Here's a list of codes. Alternatively, don't add the above block to the error checking code. Instead, create a slot to which you connect the error signal of connectSamba class: // add this line below "QProcess connectSamba;" line in mwDm::mountFolder connect(&connectSamba, SIGNAL(error(QPro

Categories : Qt

Android - Mount a Samba share in code
Probably smbfs/cifs are currently not supported by your kernel. As Delyan said, ensure your kernel can mount these filesystem : $ cat /proc/filesystems nodev sysfs nodev rootfs nodev bdev nodev proc nodev cgroup nodev tmpfs nodev debugfs nodev sockfs nodev usbfs .... If they are not listed, you should try to do a modprobing (sometimes the module you want just have to be activated), get root access then : # modprobe <modulename(without.ko)> e.g. : # modprobe cifs If it doesn't work you will have to change or recompile your kernel (including appropriate modules).

Categories : Android

mount remote windows share from centos
The mount.cifs file is provided by the samba-client package. This can be installed from the standard CentOS yum repository by running the following command: yum install samba samba-client Once installed, you can mount a Windows SMB share on your CentOS server by running the following command: Syntax: mount.cifs //SERVER_ADDRESS/SHARE_NAME MOUNT_POINT -o user=USERNAME SERVER_ADDRESS: Windows system’s IP address or hostname SHARE_NAME: The name of the shared folder configured on the Windows system USERNAME: Windows user that has access to this share MOUNT_POINT: The local mount point on your CentOS server I am mounting to a share from \10.11.10.26snaps Make a directory under mount for your reference mkdir /mnt/mymount Now I am mounting the snaps folder from indiafps02, User

Categories : Linux

C - How do I move a file from a cifs mount to local hdd
In all likelihood, if you interrogate errno after rename fails, you will find that it is set to EXDEV. May I suggest that you add that information or confirm that it is EXDEV. If you are getting EXDEV, then it is because of the Linux limitation that rename() only works if oldpath and newpath are on the same mounted file system. From rename(2) EXDEV oldpath and newpath are not on the same mounted file system. (Linux permits a file system to be mounted at multiple points, but rename() does not work across different mount points, even if the same file system is mounted on both.)

Categories : C

How to rename a MOUNT (mounted shared folder from Windows named mnt)
Follow these steps: Unmount: umount /mnt Create another folder /my_new_mount Mount again: mount -t cifs -o username=myusername,password=mypassword //10.80.50.50/Share /my_new_mount Update in /etc/fstab

Categories : Linux

Serving static files with CherryPy ignores mount point?
This is how I solved it: [/] tools.staticdir.root: os.path.abspath("public/") tools.encode.on: False tools.gzip.on: True tools.gzip.mime_types: ['text/html', 'text/plain', 'application/json', 'text/javascript', 'application/javascript'] [/static] tools.etags.on: True tools.staticdir.on: True tools.staticdir.dir: "public" [/js] tools.staticdir.on: True tools.staticdir.dir: 'js' [/css] tools.staticdir.on: True tools.staticdir.dir: 'css' [/images] tools.staticdir.on: True tools.staticdir.dir: 'images'

Categories : Python

fusermount call similar to mount --bind for local directories?
Well, came back to this question, Googled, saw the FUSE manual, this post, then bindfs which does exactly what I had wanted. This usage worked for me: bindfs -n ~+/src ~+/dest Without -n, --no-allow-other, then FUSE gave me an error: fusermount: failed to open /etc/fuse.conf: Permission denied fusermount: option allow_other only allowed if 'user_allow_other' is set in /etc/fuse.conf Odd that it wants to allow other users by default. It's available in Ubuntu 12.04, sudo apt-get install bindfs

Categories : Misc

Mount S3 (s3fs) on EC2 with dynamic files - Persistent Public Permission
In my php script that PUT files to S3 using AWK SDK for PHP, I had to add in the meta data, as shown below, which did the trick: $response = $s3->create_object('bucketname', 'mountpoint/'.$filename, array( 'body' => $json_data, 'contentType' => 'application/json', 'acl' => AmazonS3::ACL_PUBLIC, 'meta' => array( 'mode' => '33188', // x-amz-meta-mode ) )); The mode "33188" defined the permissions "rw-r--r--" instead of "---------" in S3 bucket (but reflected only in the EC2 mounted folder), which was later inherited by the EC2 mounted drive. Hope this helps someone. Let me know!

Categories : Amazon

Mounting shared folder in KVM VM error: mount: unknown filesystem type '9p'
I have a kvm guest(centos 6.4) and below you can see the result grep CONFIG_9P_FS /boot/config-$(uname -r) # CONFIG_9P_FS is not set [root@client ~]# cat /etc/redhat-release CentOS release 6.4 (Final) For more information you can look this link http://wiki.qemu.org/Documentation/9psetup Thanks

Categories : Linux

Linux Shell Script: How to detect NFS Mount-point (or the Server) is dead?
"stat" command is a somewhat cleaner way: statresult=`stat /my/mountpoint 2>&1 | grep -i "stale"` if [ "${statresult}" != "" ]; then #result not empty: mountpoint is stale; remove it umount -f /my/mountpoint fi Additionally, you can use rpcinfo to detect whether the remote nfs share is available: rpcinfo -t remote.system.net nfs > /dev/null 2>&1 if [ $? -eq 0 ]; then echo Remote NFS share available. fi Added 2013-07-15T14:31:18-05:00: I looked into this further as I am also working on a script that needs to recognize stale mountpoints. Inspired by one of the replies to "Is there a good way to detect a stale NFS mount", I think the following may be the most reliable way to check for staleness of a specific mountpoint in bash: read -t1 < <(stat -t "/my/m

Categories : Linux

linux: running self compiled kernel in qemu: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown wn-block(0,0)
maybe your system image file is bad and can not be mounted. You may try these command to mount the image file and check if it is a valid root file system for linux. losetup /dev/loop0 /var/lib/libvirt/images/Debian.img kpartx -av /dev/loop0 mount /dev/mapper/loop0p1 /mnt/tmp

Categories : Linux



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