Usage: lucid link [--fs] name [options]

Link to a filespace
Options:
    [--fs] name              The filespace name (required)
--user username User used to link to the filespace. Default: --user root
--password password User's password
[--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.
[--no-mount] Don't mount the filespace after linking
--rendezvous address Set the rendezvous server address
--root-path path Set root path for the filespace data and metadata
[--all-snapshots] Activate in snapshots mode
--snapshot id Activate the snapshot instead of the live filespace.
[--fuse-allow-other] Allow other users on this machine to access the filesystem (Linux and MacOS only)
--proxy arg Specify a proxy server to tunnel all communication. Use the following format: [protocol://][user:password@]proxyhost[:port]. Supported protocols: http. Not applicable for Azure object storage.

Example on Windows:

Lucid daemon --fs <filespace.domain> --user <ACLuser> --password <ACLpassword> --mount-point L:

Example for Linux/macOS:

lucid daemon --fs <filespace.domain> --user <ACLuser> --password <ACLpassword> --mount-point /mnt/filespace --fuse-allow-other 
Note: --mount-point can be folder path or drive letter (Windows only) --fuse-allow-other (Linux/macOS) enables other users to access the Filespace mount-point