> Paul van der Zwan wrote:
> > 
> > I noticed the -l option of the df command is broken. It is supposed to 
> > print df for local filesystems but on my system it prints nothing at all.
> > I had a quick look at the code , as far as I can tell it uses sysctl to
> > figure out the mounted filesystems but thinks all of them are non-local and
> > ignores them.
> > Using sysctl -a I could not find any entries which looked vaguely like
> > describing a mount..
> > 
> >     Paul
> Could you please test the attached patch ?  I did it in a hurry but it
> may fix the problem.

It looks ok to me, just the local mounts show up..


Paul van der Zwan               paulz @ trantor.xs4all.nl
"I think I'll move to theory, everything works in theory..."

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