driver will permit the
kernel to read and write
based file systems.
The most common usage follows:
mount -t msdosfs /dev/ada0sN /mnt
is the partition number and
is a mount point.
Some users tend to create a
This helps to keep better track of the file system,
and make it more easily accessible.
It is possible to define an entry in
that looks similar to:
/dev/ada0sN /dos msdosfs rw 0 0
This will mount an
based partition at the
mount point during system boot.
as a permanent mount point is not advised as its intention
has always been to be a temporary mount point for floppy and
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