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Old 08-29-2007, 08:50 AM   #1
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a program to print all mounted files system

i would like you to give a program which will print all mounted file system in linux using data structures of VFS superblock. i m new in Linux programing so dont have any idea.
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Do you mean currently mounted filesystems on your Linux system?
Something like the mtab
did you tried already just mount (ENTER) ?

I guess you wanna no something other?
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Are these threads related? Homework, maybe??

Please give some context for the question--what is the overall goal?


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