[arch-general] [arch-dev-public] [signoff] util-linux-2.20-3

Damjan gdamjan at gmail.com
Mon Sep 19 19:48:35 EDT 2011

> * enable libmount
> With libmount we get support for /etc/mtab being both a regular file
> and a symlink to /proc/self/mountinfo. The latter is "the future", but
> we won't force that as not all mount helpers (such as cifs, fuse, ntfs
> and nfs) have been ported yet. If you don't use any of the unported
> mount helpers, you can delete /etc/mtab and make it a symlink
> manually.

What is the expected problem with fuse filesystems when /etc/mtab is a 
I have /etc/mtab as a symlink for quite some time, since I moved to 
systemd, and haven't
noticed any problems with encfs or sshfs - both of which are fuse 


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