uanme -r will give kernel version.
read 'man mount' means, run 'man mount' then read the console output.
man is a manual page reader...
man [name of program] will output help files.
somti,es same as [program name] --help
You do not need to be root to use in a terminal:
i didnt say that, i said u will need to be root if you intend to mount things not entered in /etc/fstab
but looks like his problem is solved.