| Date: Wed, 17 Aug 2005 15:09:32 +0100
| From: Stephen Shirley <diamond at skynet.ie>
| Brian Foster wrote:
| > There are various Linux mount(8) options to deal
| > with some of these things (i.e., allow them),
| > but you want to _avoid_ those options [ ... ]
| I almost always used the following options for vfat mounting:
| The latter in particular prevents a lot of cranial pain,
| and i highly recommend it.
I concur, with a (small) caveat: using the utf8
option with a non–UTF-8 locale can be confusing.
the options Steve lists _are_ useful, safe, and
have nothing to do with the “misguided” options
that should be avoided.
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