unmount


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unmount

(ʌnˈmaʊnt)
vb (intr)
to dismount
vb (tr)
to unfix from a backing or support, to remove
References in classic literature ?
Here they were met by all the unmounted Tetons, and, in their turn, they were forced to give way.
With the four hundred livres we will make the half of one for one of the unmounted, and then we will give the turnings out of our pockets to D'Artagnan, who has a steady hand, and will go and play in the first gaming house we come to.
Much of this artillery was still unmounted, and nearly all of it was unprotected when the German air-fleet reached New York.
Those who were unmounted jumped upon the leiter wagon and shouted to the horsemen not to desert them.
It's simple to mount and unmount for easy maintainance.
Users now have the ability to unmount drives directly in the Media page, where previously they had to open Media Storage in the Preferences menu.
"A safe removal executes the "soft unmount" needed to prevent any unexpected Bad Things that may happen if a program loses its access to media," explains Remaker, highlighting that in the older days of removable storage there was actually a physical mechanism that connected the disk and required a safe ejection.
Note: Getting "Partition Failed Couldn't unmount disk" ?
It is possible to unmount a milling cutter from the holder, measure it and mount it back without losing the precise position.
As is often the case, nonfocal operations like "fsync," fsck, and unmount required some rethinking and resulted in additional code complexity.
The full range of Heberlein jets will operate on the WarpJet in line with yarn size and performance requirements and the jet package insert of 32 ends is easy to mount and unmount for easy maintenance.