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    • Joey Hess's avatar
      Avoid false positives in MS-DOS detection by also looking for autoexec.bat. Closes: #663540 · 29c404f7
      Joey Hess authored
      /dos is not an unheard of directory to have on a linux system -- we used
      to put our dual-boot mount point there in 1995 -- and when mounted by
      grub-mount, the filesystem type is not available to limit detection of
      MS-DOS to only relevant filesystems.
      
      Work around this problem by also requiring an /autoexec.bat or a
      /config.sys. While not all MS-DOS systems have one of these files,
      any MS-DOS system that a user is likely to care about showing up
      in their boot menu probably does.
      (IIRC not all MS-DOS systems even have a /dos!)
      
      I also took a brief look at the other tests that allows fuse mount through.
      Many of them, like 83haiku check for enough different items that the
      chances of a false positive are very low even absent a filesystem type
      confirmation. The most worrying are 20macosx, which only checks for
      /mach_kernel, and 30utility, which only checks for /f11.sys.
      
      Those should probably be tightened down, or a way found to check the actual
      filesystem type when using grub-mount.
      29c404f7
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