column -t /proc/mounts

currently mounted filesystems in nice layout

since fuse mounts do not appear in /etc/mtab (fuse can't write there, dunno if it would if it could) this is propably a better way.

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2009-08-09 17:00:41

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  • Particularly useful if you're mounting different drives, using the following command will allow you to see all the filesystems currently mounted on your computer and their respective specs with the added benefit of nice formatting. Show Sample Output


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What Others Think

fuse mounts appear in my `mount` output, ftr
linuxrawkstar · 457 weeks and 6 days ago
instead of /proc/mounts one can use columnt -t /etc/mtab
linuxswords · 432 weeks ago

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