If you no longer wish to have a secondary volume attached to your system it’s as easy to remove as it is to attach.
Orbit with Secondary Volume Attached
Unmounting the Volume
You must remove the added volume from your /etc/fstab file before detaching the volume. First you need to check if any processes are running. You can do so by running.
sudo lsof +f -- /mnt/NAME
NAME: name of the volume
Then you can unmount it by running.
sudo unmount /mnt/NAME
Now you need to remove it from the “/etc/fstab” file, which can be done by running.
sudo nano /etc/fstab
Remove any entries involving your volume
Now remove the mount point.
sudo rmdir /mnt/NAME
Detaching the Volume
To detach a volume, first navigate to the “My Volumes” tab.
Once there, select the volume that you want to remove and press “Detach”