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> Well, it shows how many filesystems are mounted at boot time on a
> determined machine, and these are usually the same that are kept
> mounted all the time. I would either use /etc/fstab or a stripped
> output from the mount command, but these are only my 0.02euro...
Well, the different drives that need to be mounted are not in fstab.
But nevermind, I'll find a way with the output of mount -p.
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