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Mount Linux NFS share on Mountain Lion 10.8.5

I am new to using Apple as main OS. I am used to fstab in Linux to keep the mounts for nfs. When I use Go to in Finder to mount nfs://serveripaddress/home/shared I get a permissions error. The below ...
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What are the proper /etc/fstab options for mounting an NTFS drive ntfs-3g 2013.1.13

I've installed the latest version of ntfs-3g and fuse4x available in the macports repos, and I can succesfully mount an NTFS partition with write access. However, I want to automate this in ...
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Preventing filesystem from locking up when automount NFS share from VM goes away

I do a lot of web applications development, and I run a Fedora VM on my Mac to simulate the server environment. Meanwhile, I run the IDE on the Mac side, and it requires a local filesystem to make ...
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Disable network drive unmounting

I've got a pretty specific need - to disable unmounting a network drive through the regular Finder eject function (accessed either by right-clicking the mounted drive on the desktop, or clicking the ...
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Mount Windows share automatically with Active Directory credentials

In our environment we have a bunch of iMacs running Mountain Lion that are bound to Active Directory for authentication, and we also have a Windows share that we would like all Active Directory ...
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How do I auto-mount a SMB share on OS X 10.8? [duplicate]

How do I auto-mount a SMB share on OS X ? I know how to mount it using GUI: Cmd-K on Finder but I want a solution that would restore them after reboot/relogin. This questions applies to latest OS X, ...
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Why does OS X now think I have two partitions on my external USB drive (plus random connection issue)?

I have an external USB drive that I have plugged into a USB hub, which gets unplugged from my computer about once a day. Most of the time I remember to unmount the drive before disconnecting so that ...