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    Default unmount /mnt/hda1/ .. no such command..

    ok got the rig up and runnning with the live cd i have wixp pro sp2 on my rig and wont to dual boot with backtrack .. soon as i get better with backtrack i think i might just kill xp .. ok so heres my prob..

    mount:
    shows me all my hdds the one i wont to install on is a partition i made for my os a while back its a 15gig part..

    when i use the command in the video to unmount it

    unmount /mnt/hda1/

    i get

    Bash: unmount: command not found

    .. what am i doing wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OCybress View Post
    unmount /mnt/hda1/

    i get

    Bash: unmount: command not found

    .. what am i doing wrong?
    The command is "umount" not "unmount" (no N)
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    Quote Originally Posted by theprez98 View Post
    The command is "umount" not "unmount" (no N)
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    wow... i feel dumb .. no im not a spoonfeeder .. i used to use linux .. but its been a long time ago .. and then i still didint learn everything i needed to but thanks for the help..

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    i have to correct you streaker69... he's not just spoonfeeder... he's spoonfeeder extraordinaire!
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    At least next time someone asks why unmount does not work they can search to this thread.
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    At least next time someone asks why unmount does not work they can search to this thread.
    perhaps we should add this to the useful howto threads?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrairieFire View Post
    At least next time someone asks why unmount does not work they can search to this thread.
    You're making an awfully big leap believing that someone who does not already know a basic linux command would have the brainpower to conceive that using the search function might actually solve their problem. In that case, said brainpower would inevitably lead to a search for the actual term, solving the problem and removing the necessity for the thread in the first place.
    "\x74\x68\x65\x70\x72\x65\x7a\x39\x38";

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    Quote Originally Posted by theprez98 View Post
    You're making an awfully big leap believing that someone who does not already know a basic linux command would have the brainpower to conceive that using the search function might actually solve their problem. In that case, said brainpower would inevitably lead to a search for the actual term, solving the problem and removing the necessity for the thread in the first place.
    So glad you could clarify.
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    you really think someone searches for "unmount" here? this would exceed all my expectations....
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