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When I am trying to mount the linux /home partition from my slave hard disk to the primary hard disk on the path /mnt/hd by issuing the following command mount ...
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    Error : mount: No buffer space available


    When I am trying to mount the linux /home partition from my slave hard disk to the primary hard disk on the path /mnt/hd by issuing the following command
    mount -t auto /dev/hdb4 /mnt/hd
    as root
    i am getting the following error message
    mount : No Buffer space available
    Here /dev/hdb4 stands for my /home partition which i have ckecked from my /etc/fstab

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    This is strange, are you sure the partition is dev/hdb4 , post the output of fdisk -l .


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    I don't understand. This partition is already mounted at /home
    and you also want to mount it somewhere else? I didn't know you
    could do that.

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