1. julien40

    Solved User does not have permission to unmount a device mounted with udisksctl

    Hi, I use a script that uses udisksctl to mount my devices: #!/bin/sh ls /dev/da*|xargs -n1 udisksctl mount -b I can unmount my devices with udisksctl unmount without problem. But when I use the umount or pcmanfm command to unmount the device I get an error: umount: unmount of...
  2. NapoleonWils0n

    Other umounting nfs causes terminal to hang have to power off

    Hi everyone When i try and unmount an nfs share my computer locks up and i have to power off The nfs share is in my fstab as shown below /home/djwilcox/video nfs rw,noauto 0 0 When i run sudo umount ~/video to unmount the nfs share the terminal hangs and...
  3. vermaden

    HOWTO: FreeBSD Desktop - Part 17 - Automount Removable Media

    I would like to share HOWTO in 𝐅𝐫𝐞𝐞𝐁𝐒𝐃 𝐃𝐞𝐬𝐤𝐭𝐨𝐩 series about fonts and frameworks. FreeBSD Desktop - Part 17 - Automount Removable Media You may also like earlier articles in the series. FreeBSD...
  4. Lamia

    Solved VM Migration (ZAP destroy & ZFS destroy/umount don't work)

    This thread is a follow up to the thread here . Anyone know why zap destroy || zfs destroy fails on some filesystems like docker, iocage, etc? I created backups with both...
  5. A

    Other unmount USB drive: Device not configured

    Hi all, When I accidentally move the cable, the mounted drive is disconnected for an instant. And ls gives: % ls mymountpoint ls: mymountpoint: Device not configuredSo I unplug the device, and try to unmount it: # umount -f mymountpoint umount: mymountpoint: statfs: Device not configured...