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Re: Why binary mount?

Pontus Lidman <pontus@lysator.liu.se> writes:

> What are the special advantages of having a binary "mount" command instead
> of a shell script that runs "settrans"? Having it as a shell script would
> make some of the mechanisms of the Hurd file/directory hierarchy more
> visible.

Uh, it is a shell script.  See hurd/utils/mount.sh in the Hurd source,
or /bin/mount on a Hurd system.

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