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  • adj. Not capable of being mounted.


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  • The trouble was that in this cultural environment such a show would be, like Liza Doolittle (as he imagined her for the purposes of this entertainment), unmountable.

    A Bright Shining Lie

  • My blue screen of death told me that I had an unmountable boot volume.

    The Blue Screen of Death

  • Not only have I been able to crash FreeBSD 7. 3-release with GNOME by trying to automount FAT partitions on USB-connected drives, but those crashes rendered both the FAT partitions and the ext3 partitions that otherwise could be mounted automatically on those drives, for lack of a better word, unmountable.

    LXer Linux News

  • Search Lost and Deleted Volumes: This option locates lost or unmountable partitions and tries to recover them.


  • Windows, but my disk got unmountable, so I installed UNR 10.04.

    Ubuntu Forums

  • Still have not reported the bug as there look to be several - regression in NTFS support, the upgrader corrupting the fstab file and mountall incorrectly handling a case of an unmountable file system.

    Planet Debian

  • Then I think that / etc might be unmountable for a normal user over the net, think only the system or root can do it localy unless you give it permission to do so.

  • I'm interested in how I can use the Mac SE in SCSI Disk Mode, as Norton Utilities is able to access SCSI drives even if they are unmountable.

    Discussions: Message List - root

  • The hard drive isn't recognized as HFS or MFS, so it's unmountable.

    Discussions: Message List - root

  • And they do it despite the maneuvers from those who are unmountable at EU level: governments and lobbies from entertainment industries.


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