- v. computing Reverse operation of mount. Instructs the operating system that the file system should be disassociated from its mount point, making it no longer accessible.
“Though Android is clearly one of Alex's core strengths, it may also prove to be a weakness because its techie quirks may flummox average consumers (for example, the need to "unmount" a memory card before removing it, or to go into the notifications field and mount the e-reader as a USB device when connected to your PC).”
“PS is "umount / here" a typo for "unmount"? umount command, you can also see what's still mounted by typing; mount”
“If its the wrong one, unmount (via right-click menu) it and try again.”
“Never remove a usb-stick before it's done, always use the remove/unmount command.”
“I was lazy about copying them off my camera, and I was lazy about plugging it into my work mac for the first time (to recharge the battery) and it didn't properly unmount, so yesterday when I tried to take photos and the camera said "0 photos" I was more than sufficiently chagrined.”
“If it's only for/boot I guess you could even live with one hdd, if you unmount or remount/boot readonly.”
“To unmount the image, head into My Computer and eject the drive, or right-click on the actual image file and unmount it from there.”
“Underneath that we'd expect to find a device:filesystem whose mount and unmount operations do nothing, and which just wraps the underlying OS filesystem.”
“If its the wrong one, unmount via right-click menu it and try again.”
“I have found that accessing the phone's memory card in Linux I have to make sure that I unmount the card as root or else the whole computer locks up-no keyboard, nothing.”
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