[gl-como] penna usb

Fabio Comuni fabrix.xm@lombardiacom.it
Sab 10 Dic 2005 17:34:55 CET

dice "man mount":

The programs mount and umount maintain a list of currently mounted file 
systems in the  file  /etc/mtab. If  no arguments are given to mount, 
this list is printed.

When  the  proc filesystem is mounted (say at /proc), the files 
/etc/mtab and /proc/mounts have very similar contents. The former has 
somewhat more information, such as the mount options used, but is  not 
necessarily  up-to date (cf. the -n option below). It is possible to 
replace /etc/mtab by a symbolic link to /proc/mounts, and especially 
when you have very large numbers of mounts things will be much faster 
with that symlink, but some information  is  lost  that  way,  and in 
particular working with the loop device will be less convenient, and 
using the "user" option will fail.

Pirla ha scritto:
> Non ero a conoscenza del file mtab.
> Chi ne sa di pił? 
> (man -k mtab non da risultati apprezzabili)
> Chi lo genera... esiste in tutte le distribuzioni e con tutte le
> versioni di kernel?

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