uml_mount [mount-point] [options]
This manual page documents briefly the uml_mount command.
This command uses the FUSE (File system in USErspace) libraries and invokes the FUSE_MOUNT function which expects a mount point and some parameters as arguments.
This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. For a practical example, please refer to the link below.
uml_mount is used to mount UMLFS file system.
- This is the mount point where to mount the UMLFS file system with.
- These are the other options accepted by the 'fuse_mount' function.
- The "-h" option prints the help.
- The "-V" option prints the version.
- -o opt,[opt...]
- The "-o" option allows to provide further mount (only, not un-mount) option(s) to the command line.
- -d -o debug
- The "-d" option enable the debug output. It implies "-f".
- The "-f" option foregrounds the operation.
- The "-s" options disable multi-threaded operation.
- -o allow_other
- The "-o allow_other" option allows access to other users.
- -o allow_root
- The "-o allow_root" option allows access to root.
- -o nonempty
- The "-o nonempty" option allows mounts over non-empty file/dir.
- -o default_permissions
- The "-o default_permissions" enables permission checking by kernel.
- -o fsname=NAME
- The "-o fsname=NAME" option sets file system name.
- -o large_read
- The "-o large_read" option issues large read requests (2.4 only).
- -o max_read=N
- The "-o max_read=N" option sets the maximum size of read requests.
uml_mount was written by Jeff Dike.
This manual page was written by Stefano Melchior ([email protected]) for the Debian GNU/Linux system, based on material in the Official User Mode Linux Web Site.