Use the following procedure to mount a PCFS (DOS) file system from a hard disk.
Become superuser or assume an equivalent role.
Create a mount point for the file system to be mounted, if necessary.
# mkdir /mount-point
There must be a mount point on the local system to mount a file system. A mount point is a directory to which the mounted file system is attached.
Mount the PCFS file system.
# mount -F pcfs [-o rw | ro] /dev/dsk/device-name:logical-drive /mount-point
Specifies that you can mount a PCFS file system read/write (rw) or read-only (ro). If you do not specify this option, the default is rw.
Specifies the device name of the whole disk (for example, /dev/dsk/c0t0d0p0).
Specifies either the DOS logical drive letter (c through z) or a drive number (1 through 24). Drive c is equivalent to drive 1 and represents the primary DOS slice on the drive. All other letters or numbers represent DOS logical drives within the extended DOS slice.
Specifies the directory on which to mount the file system.
Note that the device-name and logical-drive must be separated by a colon.
The following example shows how to mount the logical drive in the primary DOS slice on the /pcfs/c directory.
# mount -F pcfs /dev/dsk/c0t0d0p0:c /pcfs/c
The following example shows how to mount read-only the first logical drive in the extended DOS slice on the /mnt directory.
# mount -F pcfs -o ro /dev/dsk/c0t0d0p0:2 /mnt