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    when file system is in a different medium (like a USB-stick) for which the kernel modules, I can reject the mount process?

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    Your question is not clear and is quite ambiguous. Please try to explain the issue more clearly.
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    So I want to work in kernel module, I try to stop the mount process, when the device is mounte. but I do not know on which module I can work, maybe do_mounts.c or anything else .. ? I do not know.

    sorry for my english i ' m french.

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    You can code a kernel module, even when it (the previous version) is already mounted. Once you have compiled and installed it, either the installation process will unload/reload the module, or you can do so manually with the modprobe tool.
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