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  1. mount es un comando de sistemas basados en Unix que se utiliza para montar dispositivos y particiones para su uso por el sistema operativo. Montar es hacer que el sistema operativo proyecte el contenido de ese dispositivo o partición en un enlace lógico. Cuando se desocupa se rompe el enlace y se sigue trabajando con los mismos archivos básicos.

  2. 1. : rise, ascend. 2. : to increase in amount or extent. expenses began to mount. 3. : to get up on something above the level of the ground. especially : to seat oneself (as on a horse) for riding. transitive verb.

  3. 21 de jun. de 2022 · The mount command allows users to mount, i.e., attach additional child file systems to a particular mount point on the currently accessible file system. The command passes the mount instructions to the kernel, which completes the operation. This tutorial will teach you the basics of attaching file systems in Linux using the mount command.

  4. mount --make-rshared mountpoint mount --make-rslave mountpoint mount --make-rprivate mountpoint mount --make-runbindable mountpoint Command Line Options The full set of mount options used by an invocation of mount is determined by first extracting the mount options for the filesystem from the fstab table, then applying any options specified by the -o argument, and finally applying a -r or -w option, when present.

  5. mount verb (FIX) C2 [ T ] to fix something to a wall, in a frame, etc., so that it can be looked at or used: The children's work has been mounted on coloured paper and put up on the walls of the classroom. The surveillance camera is mounted above the main door. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases.

  6. Mason Tony Mount ( Portsmouth, Reino Unido, 10 de enero de 1999) es un futbolista británico que juega como centrocampista en el Chelsea F. C. de la Premier League de Inglaterra. Es internacional con la selección de fútbol de Inglaterra .

  7. to increase in amount or intensity (often followed by up): The cost of all those small purchases mounts up. to get up on the back of a horse or other animal for riding. noun. the act or a manner of mounting. a horse, other animal, or sometimes a vehicle, as a bicycle, used, provided, or available for riding.