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->'''Umount''' is a Unix/Linux command to unmount or disconnect a device or remote file store on the local file system. It is generally made avaliable on the local file system by using the [[Mount]] command.+'''Umount''' is a Unix/Linux command to unmount or disconnect a device or remote file store on the local file system. It is generally made avaliable on the local file system by using the [[Mount]] command.
[[Category:Unix commands]] [[Category:Unix commands]]
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Umount is a Unix/Linux command to unmount or disconnect a device or remote file store on the local file system. It is generally made avaliable on the local file system by using the Mount command.