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how can i map a shared network drive? Is there any command to perform mapping?
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MOUNT_CHFS(8) BSD System Manager's Manual MOUNT_CHFS(8)
mount_chfs -- mount a CHFS flash file system
Mounts a flash file system from a flash(4) device. CHFS file systems can be only mounted from flash devices. For regular block devices like
SSD drives or USB drives, please use a regular file system. The file system will be created during the first mount. CHFS stands for Chip
mount_chfs /dev/flash0 /mnt
flash(4), fstab(5), mount(8), flash(9)
CHFS was originally called ChewieFS during development. The name was changed to avoid legal issues and to have a more neutral name.
CHFS was developed at the Department of Software Engineering, University of Szeged, Hungary.
CHFS has a few known bugs as of 2011. Writing the FS full can cause problems. Truncating a file and growing it again can cause the new
bytes not having all zeroes, but filled with the old content instead.
November 29, 2011 BSD