gvfs-mount - Mounts the locations
gvfs-mount [OPTION...] [LOCATION...] gvfs-mount --unmount-scheme=SCHEME gvfs-mount --list [OPTION...] gvfs-mount --monitor [OPTION...]
gvfs-mount provides commandline access to various aspects of GIOs mounting functionality. Mounting refers to the traditional concept of arranging multiple file systems and devices in a single tree, rooted at /. Classical mounting happens in the kernel and is controlled by the mount utility. GIO expands this concept by introducing mount daemons that can make file systems available to GIO applications without kernel involvement.
The following options are understood: -h, --help Prints a short help text and exits. --version Shows the version number and exits. -m, --mountable Mount as a mountable. -d, --device=DEVICE Mount the volume with the given device file. -u, --unmount Unmount the locations. -e, --eject Eject the locations. -s, --unmount-scheme=SCHEME Unmount all mounts with the given scheme. -f, --force Ignore outstanding file operations when unmounting or ejecting. -a, --anonymous Use an anonymous user when authenticating -l, --list List all known mounts. -o, --monitor Monitor mount and unmount events. -i, --detail Show extra information for --list and --monitor.
On success 0 is returned, a non-zero failure code otherwise.
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