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Hello If I execute the mount command without the dash t (-t) option, what is the default mount option that occurs? I am asking this since I wonder how the ...
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    Mount default behavior


    Hello
    If I execute the mount command without the dash t (-t) option, what is the default mount option that occurs?
    I am asking this since I wonder how the execution of a (cifs) mount works this way:

    Code:
    mount -o options username=user,password=pass,workgroup=domain.com //ip.add.re.ss/share /my/mount
    without adding the mount option, it is mounted as cifs.
    I always thought the default one was NFS.
    any ideas?

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    try
    Code:
    man mount
    or get the code and look at it yourself. RTFM as they say.

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