archivemount is a command-line utility that allows you to mount archive files, such as .zip, .tar, .tar.gz, .tar.bz2, and others, as a file system in Linux. It is similar to the mount command, which is used to mount file systems, but archivemount is specifically designed to mount archive files.
To use archivemount, you need to specify the path to the archive file that you want to mount and the mount point, which is the directory where you want to access the contents of the archive. For example, the following command mounts a .zip file at the /mnt directory:
# archivemount /path/to/archive.zip /mnt
You can then navigate to the /mnt directory and access the contents of the archive as if it were a regular directory on your file system. When you are finished, you can unmount the archive using the fusermount command:
# fusermount -u /mnt
archivemount is a useful tool for accessing the contents of archive files without having to extract them to a separate directory. It can also be used to access and extract specific files from an archive without extracting the entire archive.