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Topic review - Linux: List kernel supported filesystems
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Post subject: Linux: List kernel supported filesystems  |  Post Posted: Tue Mar 10, 2015 5:45 pm
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ESCRIPTION
When, as is customary, the proc filesystem is mounted on /proc, you can find in the file /proc/filesystems which filesystems your kernel
currently supports. If you need a currently unsupported one, insert the corresponding module or recompile the kernel.


Code:
root@ubuntu-vpsie:~# cat /proc/filesystems
nodev   sysfs
nodev   rootfs
nodev   ramfs
nodev   bdev
nodev   proc
nodev   cgroup
nodev   cpuset
nodev   tmpfs
nodev   devtmpfs
nodev   debugfs
nodev   securityfs
nodev   sockfs
nodev   pipefs
nodev   devpts
   ext3
   ext2
   ext4
nodev   hugetlbfs
   vfat
nodev   ecryptfs
   fuseblk
nodev   fuse
nodev   fusectl
nodev   pstore
nodev   mqueue
   iso9660
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