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[macOS] I am attempting to find out the filesystem type so that I can specify the type in order to mount something; when I attempted to use "mount" to find out the filesystem type no type was listed. Instead of seeing something such as "/dev/disk on / type ext3" it lists "dev/disk on / ". How can I determine the filesystem type in order to mount something and is this a problem?

I was also unable to use df -T and df --print-type to check the filesystem type.

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  • Please edit this question to include df -T and mount output. – Shadur Aug 9 '17 at 9:31
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Unable to replicate:

$ mount
/dev/disk1 on / (hfs, local, journaled)

The filesystem is hfs.

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