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fsapfsmount			     LOCAL			   fsapfsmount

NAME
     fsapfsmount -- mounts an Apple File System	(APFS) volume

SYNOPSIS
     fsapfsmount [-f file_system_index]	[-o offset] [-p	password]
		 [-r password] [-hvV] source

DESCRIPTION
     fsapfsmount is a utility to mount an n Apple File System (APFS) volume

     fsapfsmount is part of the	libfsapfs package.  libfsapfs is a library to
     access the	n Apple	File System (APFS) format

     source is the source file.

     The options are as	follows:

     -f	file_system_index
	     mounts a specific file system or "all"

     -h	     shows this	help

     -o	offset
	     specify the volume	offset in bytes

     -p	password
	     specify the password

     -r	password
	     specify the recovery password

     -v	     verbose output to stderr

     -V	     print version

     -X	extended_options
	     extended options to pass to sub system

ENVIRONMENT
     None

FILES
     None

EXAMPLES
     # fsapfsmount -f 1	-p Password /dev/sda1
     fsapfsmount 20181214

DIAGNOSTICS
     Errors, verbose and debug output are printed to stderr when verbose out-
     put -v is enabled.	 Verbose and debug output are only printed when	en-
     abled at compilation.

BUGS
     Please report bugs	of any kind to <joachim.metz@gmail.com>	or on the
     project website: https://github.com/libyal/libfsapfs/

AUTHOR
     These man pages were written by Joachim Metz.

COPYRIGHT
     Copyright (C) 2018-2020, Joachim Metz <joachim.metz@gmail.com>.  This is
     free software; see	the source for copying conditions. There is NO war-
     ranty; not	even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR	A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

SEE ALSO
     fsapfsinfo(1)

libfsapfs			 March 3, 2019			     libfsapfs

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