Quoting Ronan Waide <waider at waider.ie>:
> On December 19, ronan at cunniffe.net said:
> > Hi all,
> > Is this -O option to mount a red-hattism? I build util-linux (11n) and
>> Hmm, I can see it as an option to umount, but not to mount. Can you
> maybe quote some context?
I don't have a Redhat install to hand here. It's in /etc/rc.sysinit, the line
that mounts local filesystems. mount -a -O <class> mounts everything in
/etc/fstab, only it now "omits" any fs explicitly flagged as belonging to
<class>. I think the line was
mount -a blah blah -O netdevfs
Except that there's no use of this flag in /etc/fstab. Hence my slight
wondering if it was a RedHattism.
>waider at waider.ie / Yes, it /is/ very personal of me.
>> merde says, "i liked [the company] a lot, but i fear the relentless hip of
> environment may cause me to become caustic and irritable."
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