A computing concept whereby physical storage devices, or certain datafiles such as disk images are made available to the user so there contents can be accessed.

learn more… | top users | synonyms

0
votes
2answers
209 views

Ejecting disk after failed mounting

I have a RCA VR5220 voice recorder, with a built-in USB connector. Because this thing was clearly built by Windows-minded engineers, the only way to access the files in Mac OS X is to plug it in and ...
4
votes
3answers
5k views

Mounting an ext3/4 Linux external hard drive to OS X

I just bought two 500 GB hard drives for my Mac for the purposes of backing up ten older hard drives to it. One hard drive (200 GB, pretty much full) is from my Linux machine. I tried installing ...
3
votes
4answers
12k views

Mounting cue/bin files

There are many suggestions on the internet on how to use cue/bin files on a Mac. Is there a native way of mounting cue or bin files and seeing them as Volumes in Finder? Alternatively, are there any ...
1
vote
2answers
2k views

Bootcamp and Windows 7 - Mounting the .iso onto a blank DVD-R

So im trying to install Windows 7 Ultimate via Bootcamp on my Macbook Pro 13"....Managed to partition the HDD but for some reason whenever I click install, the Macbook restarts and I'm met with a ...
3
votes
1answer
851 views

Connect to Server as guest from command line

I have a SAMBA share I mount on my Mac from time to time. I do this in Finder with Go > Connect to Server..., typing smb://192.168.1.1 into the Server Address field and pressing Connect. On the ...
2
votes
1answer
1k views

How to prevent the “-1” suffix in network drive paths?

Sometimes network volumes get a -1 suffix on their path. As I have scripts that rely on this path they can't work. For example an afp share at afp://nas/Team is shown Team in Finder, but its real ...
3
votes
1answer
647 views

What are the empty home and net drives?

I have two drives on my Mac which are always empty (I've enabled show hidden files in the Finder): What are these drives for?
5
votes
6answers
5k views

How to run Applescript on Disk mount

I want to run an Applescript when I mount a specific disk. It isn't if the script is located on the disk or not, it should just run when OS X mounts the disk. I tried to accomplish this with folder ...
1
vote
2answers
562 views

iPhone 4 car kit for sound and video recording, and charging

I need a kit that I can mount in my car on the dashboard where I can do the following with my iPhone 4G: Use GPS Record Video from the forward facing camera (toward me) or the rear facing camera ...
6
votes
0answers
523 views

Disable File System Cache for USB Devices? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Disable “the disk was not ejected properly” message When I have a USB Device like a SD Card, USB Drive or external hard drive, I always need to unmount it, ...
22
votes
2answers
15k views

How do I disable this message: “the disk was not ejected properly”?

Is there any way to disable the "the disk was not ejected properly" message? I use a KVM and need to switch between two systems and have a memory stick that is in the KVM. The problem is that it's ...
30
votes
7answers
43k views

How can I mount SFTP/SSH in Finder on OSX Snow Leopard?

My Question is seemingly simple. I need to mount an ssh/sftp volume and make it visible in finder to be able to use it as if it were a local volume (think smb share). I have tried everything I could ...
0
votes
1answer
526 views

Automatically open mounted volumes in Path Finder

I may just be missing some simple setting, but if I mount a volume in Path Finder, it never switches to show me the contents of the volume. I have to manually click the volume in the sidebar. Is ...
9
votes
2answers
11k views

How can I get Automator to mount a network volume?

I am writing an Automator "script" that rsyncs media on my 10.6.3 MacBook Pro to my Ubuntu 10.10 HTPC. I can make Automator run my shell script for rsync commands, but I can't make Automator mount the ...
1
vote
3answers
2k views

Does anyone have any tips or best practices for using NFS mounted directories?

Does anyone have tips for conveniently dealing with a variety of NFS mounted directories in Mac OS X? When I drag them to the sidebar in finder they can't be renamed. When I mounted them using ...
8
votes
2answers
21k views

How can I mount an SMB share from the command line?

I would like to mount an SMB network share from the command line (terminal); how would I go about that? I am using Mac OS X 10.6.4.