In the last episode (Jan 22), Bill Moran said:
> Not a critical question, but ...
> Working on my spiffy test machine, I noticed that 5.0-RELEASE does
> not have a mount_msdos command. It's no biggie, I just used 'mount -t
> msdos' and got what I wanted, but I was wondering why this was
> missing?  Is there a reason why it was removed, or is it some
> oversight?  I doubt it's an oversight, as the man page is missing as
> well.
> Mostly curious, but I thought I'd point it out in case it was a
> mistake.

It's been mount_msdosfs since:

/usr/src/sbin/mount_msdosfs/Makefile            revision 1.18
date: 2001/06/01 10:57:26;  author: ru;  state: Exp;  lines: +4 -4
- VFS_SET(msdos) -> VFS_SET(msdosfs)
- msdos.ko -> msdosfs.ko
- mount_msdos(8) -> mount_msdosfs(8)
- "msdos" -> "msdosfs" compatibility glue in mount(8)

        Dan Nelson

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