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On 08/09/11 13:28, Craig White wrote:
>> with fstab as: storage01.usersly3d.local /home/users/Net01 nfs """"
>> same result but, in a terminal
>> sudo mount /home/users/Net01 mount the remote share
>> sudo umount /home/users/Net01 umounts the remote share
>> It seems to be purely "usermount" (gui launcher) that cannot unmount
> you can't unmount a mount that is in use. For example, if you have a
> terminal open and then cd /home/users/Net01 then you can't unmount it.
> Make sure that you cd / or somewhere not within the mount and that any
> nautilus or dolphin file browser windows are not using anything within
> the mount itself and if that's the case, you should be able to unmount
There would be no open windows, activity or process running.
When I go to use usermount.
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