`multipass mount` command
$ multipass help mount Usage: multipass mount [options] <source> <target> [<target> ...] Mount a local directory inside the instance. If the instance is not currently running, the directory will be mounted automatically on next boot. Options: -h, --help Displays help on commandline options -v, --verbose Increase logging verbosity. Repeat the 'v' in the short option for more detail. Maximum verbosity is obtained with 4 (or more) v's, i.e. -vvvv. -g, --gid-map <host>:<instance> A mapping of group IDs for use in the mount. File and folder ownership will be mapped from <host> to <instance> inside the instance. Can be used multiple times. -u, --uid-map <host>:<instance> A mapping of user IDs for use in the mount. File and folder ownership will be mapped from <host> to <instance> inside the instance. Can be used multiple times. -t, --type <type> Specify the type of mount to use. Classic mounts use technology built into Multipass. Native mounts use hypervisor and/or platform specific mounts. Valid types are: 'classic' (default) and 'native' Arguments: command The command to execute source Path of the local directory to mount target Target mount points, in <name>[:<path>] format, where <name> is an instance name, and optional <path> is the mount point. If omitted, the mount point will be the same as the source's absolute path
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