This article covers the process of Mounting and unmounting a drive or an ISO image in Linux. After creating disk partitions and formatting them properly, you may want to mount or unmount your drives.
On Linux, mounting drives is done via mountpoints on the virtual filesystem, allowing system users to navigate the filesystem as well as create and delete files on them.
How to List Mounted File Systems and Linux Drives ?
To display all currently attached file systems we will type:
By default, the output will include all of the file systems including the virtual ones such as cgroup, sysfs, and others. Each line contains information about the device name, the directory to which the device is mounted, the filesystem type and the mount options.
How to install NFS client on Ubuntu and Debian ?
NFS stands for Network File System. To mount an NFS share you'll need to have the NFS client package installed on your Linux system.
1. To install NFS client on Ubuntu and Debian, type:
$ sudo apt install nfs-common
2. To install NFS client on CentOS and Fedora:
$ sudo yum install nfs-utils