cjk at teamcharliesangels.com
Sat May 3 02:01:33 UTC 2008
On Fri, 2008-05-02 at 17:53 -0700, John Hubbard wrote:
> The other day I mounted my home directory (/home/jhubbard) from my
> server on my laptop as /home/jhubbard/home. Now I can't un-mount it. I
> can't remember how I mounted it. It is shared as both a NFS share and a
> Samba share. When my laptop is connected to the home network I can
> browse the folder, but otherwise I get problems. (An >ls -l of my
> laptops home directory hangs if I can't see the server.)
> I have tried :
> jhubbard at jhubbard-laptop:~$ umount /home/jhubbard/home/
> umount: /home/jhubbard/home is not mounted (according to mtab)
> jhubbard at jhubbard-laptop:~$ smbumount /home/jhubbard/home
> /home/jhubbard/home probably not smb-filesystem
> jhubbard at jhubbard-laptop:~$ umount jhubbard-server:/home/jhubbard/home/
> umount: jhubbard-server:/home/jhubbard/home/ is not mounted (according
> to mtab)
> jhubbard at jhubbard-laptop:~$ umount jhubbard-server:/home/jhubbard
> umount: jhubbard-server:/home/jhubbard is not mounted (according to mtab)
> I also tried an rm -rf /home/jhubbard/home and I wiped my home directory
> on my server. At least I had a backup that was only a day or two old.
> Does anyone know what I have to do to unmount the share and make the
> folder go away.
> BTW autofs is not installed. I haven't tried a reboot yet but if
> someone thinks that it will help I will try it.
> Any thoughts?
Have you looked at /etc/fstab to see what it thinks /home should be? If
you are running Ubuntu with GNOME desktop, you should have an icon on
your desktop showing the NFS share, delete it to break delete the share.
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