System administration command. Mount a file structure. The file structure on device is mounted on directory. If no device is specified, mount looks for an entry in /etc/fstab to find out what device is associated with the given directory. The directory, which must already exist and should be empty, becomes the name of the root of the newly mounted file structure. If mount is invoked with no arguments, it displays the name of each mounted device, the directory on which it is mounted, its filesystem type, and any mount options associated with the device.
Mount all filesystems listed in /etc/fstab. Use -t to limit this to all filesystems of a particular type.
Bind a mounted subtree to a new location. The tree will be available from both the old and new directory. This binding does not include any volumes mounted below the specified directory.
Fake mount. Go through the motions of checking the device and directory, but do not actually mount the filesystem.
When used with -a, fork a new process to mount each system.
Print help message, then exit.
When reporting on mounted filesystems, show filesystem labels for filesystems that have them.
Mount filesystem with the specified label.
Move a mounted device to a new location. Maintains options and submounts.
Do not record the mount in /etc/mtab.
Qualify the mount with a mount option. Many filesystem ...