Re: file system vfat
That's the one:
vfat 4 2
I didn't have vfat as a module in the kernel either, but I guess it
doesn't need to be.
Arcady Genkin wrote:
> Richard Harran <email@example.com> writes:
> > I get that now, 'without' vfat. Although I don't have vfat compiled
> > into the kernel, I am mounting my Win drives with the 'vfat' type option
> > (apparently quite sucessfully), which is why I asked the question.
> You probably have vfat as a module. When you mount an MSDOS system,
> what does your lsmod say?
> Arcady Genkin
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