Section: Linux Programmer's Manual (5)
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; see proc?(5) for more details. If you need a currently unsupported filesystem, insert the corresponding module or recompile the kernel.
Below a short description of a few of the available filesystems.
To use smb fs, you need a special mount program, which can be found in the ksmbfs package, found at
To use ncpfs, you need special programs, which can be found at
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