I use a MOUNT.sh script that uses udisksctl to mount my devices:
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...
I have an NTFS partition that's mounted in fstab like so:
/dev/nvd0p5 /windows ntfs mountprog=/usr/local/bin/ntfs-3g,rw,failok,fmask=113,dmask=002 0 0
When I modify a file on the partition and reboot (with shutdown -r now say) into either Windows or FreeBSD, then...
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...