Shell Script to see the mount points.

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Old 12-24-2008
Power Shell Script to see the mount points.

Hi all,

First of all I dont even know the ABC of scripting ..
But now I want a Script to see the mount points of the file systems
Can any body help plsssssssss Smilie
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Old 12-24-2008

No script, but at least available on all UNIX systems I've met so far.
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