> The only places where this should happen is mounting the rootfs.
> mount(8) has it's own filesystem type detection code and doesn't
> call mount(2) unless it found a matching filesystem type.
Not everybody uses mount(8) from util-linux... I don't think the
more simplicistic versions in embedded systems will even want to
do their own type detection. ;)
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