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Title: Failure to mount partition
ID: /2018/05/17/Failure-to-mount-partition
Created: May 17, 2018
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Try this:

sudo mkdir /mnt/stuff
sudo mount -t auto /dev/sda1 /mnt/stuff

Then do what you want to with the β€œstuff” and when finished use:

sudo umount -l /mnt/stuff
sudo rm -d /mnt/stuff

This is from an interactive script I wrote last week: Unable to read files between two distros

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