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What are you trying to do? To replace the man pages or what? Your indications aren't even complete. What if someone has (and there are many) Windows on a NTFS partition? There are options that can be added to the mount command as well (umask being probably the most used one).
Damn, I didn't notice that. Now that you brought it to my attention I realize that this thread has been "digged" out by that guy who keeps doing that with a few other dozen posts...*cough*really annoying*cough*. Sorry.
You've posted +100 times in the last two days to all 0-replies threads. I'm not sure what you are trying to achieve here, but it's quite annoying and you are bringing back dead threads as this one making the boards a mess. Try to spend your free time (and apparently you've have lots of it) making helpful replies (not one line saying "Great" as most of the Jeremy's threads announcing something). Looks like spam to me... please stop doing that, thanks!