mount - mount a file system
mount [-r] special file
mount [-s] swapfile
-r File system is mounted read-only
-s Mount swap space
mount /dev/fd1 /user
# Mount diskette 1 on /user
The file system contained on the special file is mounted on file. In the
example above, the root directory of the file system in drive 1 can be
accessed as /user after the mount. When the file system is no longer
needed, it must be unmounted before being removed from the drive.
With the -s flag a device or file is mounted as swap space.
df(1), mkfs(1), fsck(1), mkswap(8), umount(1), mount(2), fstab(5).