I want to call the mount() function to perform the same action as running the 
following mount command from the command line:

                mount -t ufs -o noatime /dev/adXXX /mnt

The man page lists the signature of mount() as

                int mount(const char *type, const char *dir, int flags, void 

The problem is that the last parameter, data, apparently has to be in a special 
structure based on the file system type and it does not describe what this 
structure is for ufs. It says "The format for these argument structures is 
described in the manual page for each file system", then it follows this up 
saying that there is no man page for ufs?

I did some searches but could not find a single example of what needs to be 
plugged into this parameter. Can anyone fill in the missing info?

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