Mounting takes place before a computer can use a storage device. The command to make a storage device accessible is under *nix "mount"

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What's the Android equivalent of /etc/fstab?

Sometimes I really wish they hadn't messed around with Linux so much! I know there's an /etc/fstab in there somewhere, but where? I'd like to mount some partitions with alternative filesystems ...
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Does Cyanogenmod Kernel support loop devices?

Since I am failing to mount a Nandroid image and since I have read that the kernel needs to support loop devices for that I need to know if anybody has managed to mount a loop device on CM7 or ...
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“mount” on 2.3.4 is Behaving Oddly

I'm on Nexus S, 2.3.4, stock and rooted. BusyBox is v1.18.4 (2011-03-20 15:16:04 CDT). When I try to remount ANYTHING it just $ mount -o remount,rw /system Usage: mount [-r] [-w] [-o options] [-t ...
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android 2.2 - extending phone storage to SD

I heard there is a way to "mount" some of the SD card's space and use it to extend the phone's storage. I need this so I can have space to install apps that only allow to be installed on the phone. ...
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How to solve: “Failed to push selection: Out of memory”

I Create an article in Stack overflow. But as I found this site, I decide to ask the same question here, because I still need your help. I have made the following steps: Launch Eclipse Go To: ...
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Can i mount loopdevice in Android?

I have rooted my android phone and get a shell thr adb. I wanna mount a ROM image in android. But I always fail: mount -o loop /sdcard/myimage.img /mnt mount: can't setup loop device: No such file or ...
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How to mount a ext2 partition in sdcard

I don't want to use fat32, I want use the more stable ext2.