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    Anyone a terminal guru and knows the command to manually unmount a network share?
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    umount /Volumes/ (name of share)

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    Cheers Hawk, found out what the problem was, I had a heap of (cached??) Mounts "unmounted" in my /Volumes/ directory that was screwing up my rsync backup script.

    rm -r and rmdir fixed that.
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