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Manual: Linux and UNIX systems -> Linux and other Unix-like systems

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rbuj authored and raveit65 committed Oct 3, 2018
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<sect2 id="drivemount-intro-mount">
<title>Manually Mounting and Unmounting File Systems</title>
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Many file systems on Linux and UNIX systems must be manually mounted and unmounted.
Many file systems on Linux and other Unix-like systems must be manually mounted and unmounted.
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When a file system is mounted, you can read and write to the file system. When you finish working with a file system, you should unmount the file system.
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You must unmount removable drives, such as floppy disks and Zip disks, before you remove the media, because Linux and UNIX systems do not always write the changes immediately. Such systems typically buffer the changes to the disk, to improve the speed of the system.
You must unmount removable drives, such as floppy disks and Zip disks, before you remove the media, because Linux and other Unix-like systems do not always write the changes immediately. Such systems typically buffer the changes to the disk, to improve the speed of the system.
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Partitions on fixed drives, such as your hard drive, are typically mounted automatically when your computer boots, and unmounted when your computer shuts down. Removable media must be mounted and unmounted manually, for example by using the &app;.

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