mount is used to mount filesystems to a specified directory in the file system hierarchy. This tool is fundamental for accessing the contents of different storage devices or filesystem images within the system’s directory structure.


mount <source> <target> <fstype> <mode> [data]
  • <source>: Specifies the device or filesystem image to be mounted.

  • <target>: The directory onto which the filesystem will be mounted. This directory must already exist.

  • <fstype>: The type of filesystem to be mounted.

  • <mode>: Mount flags specified as a numerical value, which control various mount options.

  • [data]: Optional. Filesystem-specific data that may be required for some types of mounts, such as mount options.

See also#

  1. Phoenix-RTOS shell

  2. Phoenix-RTOS Utilities

  3. Table of Contents