I did something incredibly stupid: while tinkering with mount / umount trying to relocate some space, I did as I read on one website, and dit
sudo umount -f /mnt
(I don't remember whether I used -f or some other command to force it)
And when I did it, it suddenly crashed ubuntu. Then I couldn't access my profile (because of lack of home directory) I tried this: Deleted home directory. Please help
And it worked, but the problem is, that this new home folder doesn't have any of my old files.
So the question is: Is this unmounting reversible? Or were my files deleted?
To rephrase the question: what could happen while unmounting /mnt ? What can I do to link my old home folder with new?
file system < mount point < type proc /proc /host/ubuntu/disks/root.disk / /host/ubuntu/disks/swap.disk none
(sorry it took so long, I had problems accesing it)
Another question: What is the difference with /etc/fstab data and the data which can be retrieved by df -h? I manipulated with filesystem using info from df -h and now the info from fstab confuses me