"cramfs: info: device is not a cramfs filesystem: wrong magic"
Then add a note to the docs that says: this message means the system was
trying to see if this was a cramfs. In the absence of a later message
saying something like "could not mount device" this message is harmless.
There is then the "no-duh" factor to at least club people over the head with
for not doing their research.
This, of course, would make more sense if every filesystem mount attempt had
a similar message as well as a "thingyfs: file system mounted" too. Of
course that would be ugly.
Since that isn't going to happen, stick to the simple human engineering
solution and make the message scream "info" duck the terseness... 8-)
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