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RE: [MiNT] MiNTLib 0.52.3b

> From: owner-mint@fishpool.com [mailto:owner-mint@fishpool.com]On Behalf
> Of Michael Schwingen
> Sent: Thursday, August 05, 1999 7:35 PM
> To: MiNT List
> Subject: Re: [MiNT] MiNTLib 0.52.3b
> On Thu, Aug 05, 1999 at 10:29:31AM +0100,
> Jo-Even.Skarstein@gjensidige.no wrote:
> > And why does this mean it's broken? I know you're a big fan of
> fstab Q-Funk,
> > but I honestly can't see what the attraction is. fstab is old-fashioned,
> > cumbersome, rigid and static, and inferior to the mechanism we
> already have
> > in MiNT. What benefits are there in having fstab? What can be done with
> Then tell me how MiNT handles running the correct fsck tool (in
> parallel on
> multiple drives if possible), and keeps track of 'dump'
> information without
> fstab?

The list of mounted file systems is available on u:\. Their type can be
inquired using a Dcntl call. What else do you need?