Where your Filespace mounts can improve integration with particular applications or workflows. 

You can specify within the system where your Filespace is presented specifically to your operating environment through the control panel or command-line interface.

Locate the LucidLinklogo within the Taskbar to access the control panel. Type your password and select Open control panel.

Navigate to settings and Mount point adjust accordingly as either a folder or drive letter on Windows or preferred mount-point within macOS and Linux.

Command-line interface

1. Unmount a Filespace

usage: lucid unmount

unmount the Filespace from the Operating System

2. Mount a Filespace

Usage: lucid mount [options]
Mount the filespace to the OS

    [--mount-point] path     Mount the filespace at this mountpoint
--label name Windows only. The label of the filespace drive.
--root-point path Folder within the filespace to appear as the root folder. Path starts at the Lucid filespace root.
[--fuse-allow-other] Allow other users on this machine to access the filesystem (Linux and MacOS only)


Unmount all operating systems':

lucid unmount

Windows folder:

lucid mount C:\Folder

Windows drive:

lucid mount L:

macOS and Linux home/folder:

lucid mount ~/Folder